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‘Finding meaning and identity in the context of modern society’: Farzaneh and the Moon review

Defining one’s own identity, understanding the self and the other, searching for the meaning of life and freedom in the state of society – these are the questions that have…

‘Easy to read, with some mildly amusing passages’: Nutmeg review

Meg, the protagonist of Maria Goodin’s novel Nutmeg, was brought up on whimsical stories told to her by her cookery-obsessed mother, Valerie – stories of being bitten by crab cakes,…

Pieces of Me

If you read the premise for Pieces of Me, it is easy to become skeptical that the novel exists simply as an overly romanticised love story smack bang in the…

The Truth Waits

What do you do about symptoms and anxieties? Never google them, that’s for sure. Now imagine finding a body on the beach, undergoing police investigation and all the while attempting…

She Chose Me

Crime thriller novels about intense, passionate, obsessive relationships are not uncommon. But novels about these relationships being shared in a familial context, between a mother and a daughter, are less…

All That Was Lost

All That Was Lost by Alison May tells the tale of the esteemed yet feigned psychic, Patrice, and her desire to capture her final moments in the bibliographical writing of…