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I was initially attracted to Chloe Turner’s debut collection by its cover. Such a lovely pared back image and once you’ve read what’ ..read more
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I spotted Lila Savage’s debut on Twitter quite some time ago and liked the look of it. Say Say Say explores the job of the caregiver, ..read more
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Sadly, paperbacks on offer this September are as disappointing as new titles for me. Just the smallest of handfuls appeals, one of which I ..read more
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I had my eye on this one as soon as I saw that it was translated by the excellent Charlotte Collins, although I think I would have read it ..read more
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I was casting around for a spot of diversion after a string of excellent but particularly dark novels when Nell Stevens’ Mrs Gaskell and ..read more
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Disappointingly, very few new titles have caught my eye for September. I’ve included the first, Margaret Atwood’s The Testaments , ..read more
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Bryan Washington’s Lot comes garlanded with praise from all manner of people not least Max Porter, whose own writing has caught the eye ..read more
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Henry Beston’s The Outermost House is something of an American nature classic, an account of the year he spent living on a beach near ..read more
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This is the latest in a series of occasional posts featuring books I read years ago about which I was wildly enthusiastic at the time, ..read more
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Six Degrees of Separation is a meme hosted by Kate over at Books Are My Favourite and Best. It works like this: each month, a book is ..read more

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