The Double Life of Daisy Hemmings is a vivid and fascinating read that made me think about identity, class, and literary tradition.
Love Me Tender is a smart, chilling, and brutal crime thriller.
Now is the summer of our book events.
Tasting Sunlight is an understated novel that very effectively conveys big emotions, heavy truths, and sensory delights.
The Dark Matter of Natasha is startlingly bleak, strangely beautiful, and very thought-provoking.
The Gone and the Forgotten is a compelling and unnerving coming-of-age novel with some brilliant characters.
Nothing Else is a beautiful and moving story about the power of music and memory.
Parklife is a heart-breaking and heart-warming story of addiction, friendship, and being good to one another as fellow humans.
Do No Harm is a heart-in-your-mouth thriller that's a cut above.
What big books you have.