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Book reviews: 22 April
OUT NOW A CABINET OF PHILOSOPHICAL CURIOSITIES by Roy Sorensen (Profile Books, £14.99; offer price, £12.99) As the title suggests this is a dizzying, surprising and amusing compendium of fascinating and odd examples of logic that can be found outside...
Book reviews: 29 April
OUT NOW ALL AT SEA by Decca Aitkenhead (Fourth Estate, £16.99; offer price, £14.99) When award-winning Guardian journalist Decca Aitkenhead left her photographer husband for a dreadlocked, drugdealing career criminal, she recognised that she was...
Book reviews: 6 May
OUT NOW THE BOOK OF THE BIRD by Angus Hyland and Kendra Wilson (Laurence King, £12.95; offer price, £11.95) You don’t have to be a twitcher to love this picture book for adults that children will enjoy, too. Delightful avian images of all sorts are...
Book reviews: 13 May
OUT NOW SIX TUDOR QUEENS: KATHERINE OF ARAGON, THE TRUE QUEEN by Alison Weir (Headline Review, £18.99; offer price, £16.99) Thomas Cromwell said of Katherine of Aragon: ‘Nature wronged her in not making her a man. But for her sex, she would have...
Book reviews: 20 May
OUT NOW GREEN ON BLUE by Elliot Ackerman (Daunt Books, £9.99; offer price, £9.49) The powder keg of switching tribal alliances and clashes that is modern-day Afghanistan is explored with knowledge, insight and compassion in this stunning debut novel. A...
Book reviews: 27 May
OUT NOW WAKING LIONS by Ayelet Gundar-Goshen (Pushkin Press, £12.99; offer price, £10.99) Thriller, detective story and morality tale, Ayelet Gundar-Goshen’s highly anticipated second novel is a gripping drama of survival, guilt and shame. Having hit...
Book reviews: 17 June
OUT NOW THE LAST ROYAL REBEL: The Life And Death Of James, Duke Of Monmouth by Anna Keay (Bloomsbury, £25) Described by Pepys as ‘the most skittish, leaping gallant that I ever saw’, James, Duke of Monmouth embodied some of the virtues and most of the...
Book reviews: 1 July
OUT NOW FINGERS IN THE SPARKLE JAR by Chris Packham (Ebury Press, £20) Chris Packham’s is not your average celebrity memoir. But then the TV naturalist was not an average child: he recalls that his obsession with wildlife really took hold when, as a...
Book reviews: 8 July
OUT NOW ADDLANDS by Tom Bullough (Granta, £14.99) This lyrical novel, set in rural Wales and spanning seven decades, captures the intertwining lives of ordinary people and their close relationship with the natural world. Opening during the Second World...
Book reviews: 15 July
OUT NOW FELL by Jenn Ashworth (Sceptre, £18.99) There’s magic in this Lancashire-set novel – miracles, even. But both are of a strange, unsettling kind: like the mercurial tides of Morecambe Bay, they cannot be tamed. Standing between the bay and the...
Book reviews: 22 July
OUT NOW Wrights & Wrongs: My Life In Dance by Peter Wright with Paul Arrowsmith (Oberon Books, £25) Though not a household name like Nureyev or Fonteyn, Sir Peter Wright is nonetheless a luminary of the ballet world. Former associate director of The...
Book reviews: 29th July
OUT NOW HAPPINESS: 25 Ways To Live Joyfully Through Art by Christophe André (Rider, £16.99) The French psychiatrist and bestselling author invites us to share the paintings of 25 great artists, including van Gogh, Rembrandt and Chagall, and contemplate...
Book Reviews: 12th August
OUT NOW BEAST by Paul Kingsnorth (Faber & Faber, £12.99) The second novel in a projected trilogy, Beast is a book that stands alone in more than one sense. Its central character, Edward Buckmaster, has abandoned his family for a life alone in a...
Book Reviews: 19th August
OUT NOW Possession: The Curious History Of Private Collectors From Antiquity To The Present by Erin L Thompson (Yale University Press, £20) ‘Almost everyone has formed a collection, however small,’ writes American academic Thompson in this fascinating...
Book Reviews: 26th August
OUT NOW WHISPERS THROUGH A MEGAPHONE by Rachel Elliott (ONE , £8.99) The lasting, damaging legacy of a toxic mother is at the root of this incisive and quirky study of modern relationships, sexual identity, disillusionment and redemption. Miriam...
Book Reviews: 2 September
OUT NOW A SMELL OF BURNING : The Story Of Epilepsy by Colin Grant (Jonathan Cape, £16.99) When the author Graham Greene was diagnosed with epilepsy, he noted that – alongside cancer and leprosy – it was the condition that the public feared most. But...
Book Reviews: 9 September
OUT NOW Dear Mr M by Herman Koch (Picador, £14.99) Koch’s new novel, translated from the Dutch, is guaranteed to confound expectations, its unpredictable plot a pleasingly disconcerting experience for the reader. Mr M, a radical novelist whose...
Book Reviews: 23 September
OUT NOW LITERARY LONDON by Eloise Millar and Sam Jordison (Michael O’Mara, £12.99) The nice thing about this entertaining guide to the capital’s chroniclers is that it is organised not by region but by theme. Thus Samuel Johnson rubs shoulders with...
Book Reviews: 30 September
OUT NOW CARTE POSTALES FROM GREECE by Victoria Hislop (Headline Review, £19.99) A young wavering Londoner is mistakenly sent several smudged postcards from Greece, along with a notebook containing stories that convey the country in all its vibrancy,...
Book Reviews: 7 October
OUT NOW THE WONDER by Emma Donoghue (Picador, £14.99) When Lib Wright, a young English nurse trained by Florence Nightingale herself, arrives in rural Ireland, she has no knowledge of the extraordinary case that awaits her. An 11-year-old girl, the...

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