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Quartet for the End of Time
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Review by Clair Stanton
Canadian poet Johanna Skibsrud won the Giller Prize for her debut novel The Sentimentalists and has also published a short story collection.
All the Days and Nights
Niven Govinden
In his fourth novel, Niven Goviden explores art, the passage of time, and the distance at the heart of even the closest relationships.
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Memory Theatre
Simon Critchley
Review by Sally Hughes
This is one of those novels which can only enhance your intellectual credentials.
Gutenberg's Apprentice
Alix Christie
Review by Jennie Gillions
The likeable hero of this novel is Peter Schoeffer, a scribe called back to his home town of Mainz and apprenticed against his will to Johannes Gutenberg.
Grady Hendrix
Review by Cara Fielder
Weird things are happening at the Cleveland branch of the Orsk furniture store where Amy works.
Mapp and Lucia
E.F. Benson
Review by Kristy Rabbitt
The classic 1930s witty novel about one-upmanship has been released with a stunning new cover in time for the soon to be broadcast BBC adaptation.
The Lost Journals of Benjamin Tooth
Mackenzie Crook
Review by Megan Brown
The Lost Journals of Benjamin Tooth is the witty and extraordinary creation of successful actor Mackenzie Crook.

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