by Marcus Sedgwick

Ghosts of Heaven is a return to Sedgwick's talent for interlocking stories and symbols last seen in his 2012 novel Midwinterblood. It's an intelligent, ambitious an

Review by Anna James
by Diana Souhami
It is surprising how often the less admirable characters capture the reader. A case in point is George Eliot’s novel Daniel Deronda.
Review by Sally Hughes
A Little in Love by Susan Fletcher
The year is 1832 and Paris is in the midst of a revolution. Too long have the people suffered; starvation, disease and poverty eroding hope and life.
Review by Becca Watts
An Amorous Discourse in the Suburbs of Hell by Deborah Levy

Originally published in 1990, this narrative poem by Man Booker Prize shortlisted writer Deborah Levy gets a gorgeous repackage courtesy of innovative indie publishers & Other Stories.

Review by Katie Clapham
Five Children on the Western Front by Kate Saunders

Revisiting beloved classics is dangerous territory for any author, but Kate Saunders brings her trademark warmth and intuitive storytelling to this timely revival of Nesbit’s characters in one of t

Review by Katie Clapham
Misty Falls by Joss Stirling
Misty Falls is delightful.
Review by Morag Adlington
Afterworlds by Scott Westerfeld
Scott Westerfeld's new novel is a split between the creator and the creative, between contemporary and fantasy and between the writer and the reader.
 
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Review by Hannah Love