Man Asian Literary Prize-nominated The Lake is a tale of coming to terms with grief, set in Banana Yoshimoto's native Japan.
This book opens on a terrific first chapter and affirms the gifted writing style of Sophie Hardach straight away.
Congo is a country where few venture, but author Ben Rawlence traversed the country to experience for himself the aftermath of colonialism and multiple wars.
In A Brighter Fear, Baghdad teenager Lina takes the reader by the hand and shows us her city.
Every Day, Every Hour spans two decades at the end of the twentieth century and comes to its conclusion around 2008, set against the backdrop of the Balkan region.
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