Smith Henderson

Fourth of July Creek

A dark and powerful debut novel set in the hardscrabble American heartlands. Nominated for the Folio Prize […]

Andy Weir

The Martian

Reviews The best book I’ve read in ages. Clear your schedule before you crack the seal. This […]

William Gibson

The Peripheral

William Gibson returns with his first novel since 2010’s New York Times–bestselling Zero History. Where Flynne and […]

Michel Faber

The Book of Strange New Things

Peter Leigh is a missionary called to go on the journey of a lifetime. Leaving behind his […]

Colm Toibin

Nora Webster

It is the late 1960s in Ireland. Nora Webster is living in a small town, looking after […]

Nick Hornby

Funny Girl

Barbara Parker is Miss Blackpool of 1964, but she doesn’t want to be a beauty queen. She […]

David Nicholls

Us

David Nicholls brings to bear all the wit and intelligence that graced ONE DAY in this brilliant, […]

Ian McEwan

The Children Act

Fiona Maye is a leading High Court judge, presiding over cases in the family court. She is […]

David Mitchell

The Bone Clocks

One drowsy summer’s day in 1984, teenage runaway Holly Sykes encounters a strange woman who offers a […]

Teju Cole

Open City

A haunting novel about identity, dislocation, and history, Teju Cole’s Open City is a profound work by […]

Teju Cole

Every Day is for the Thief

A young man decides to visit Nigeria after years of absence. Ahead lies the difficult journey back […]

Jennifer Clement

Prayers For The Stolen

It was Paula’s mother who had the brilliant idea of digging the holes. My mother said that […]

Miriam Toews

All My Puny Sorrows

You won’t forget Elf and Yoli, two smart and loving sisters. Elfrieda, a world-renowned pianist, glamorous, wealthy, […]

Ayana Mathis

The Twelve Tribes of Hattie

In 1923, fifteen-year-old Hattie Shepherd, swept up by the tides of the Great Migration, flees Georgia and […]

A.M. Homes

May We Be Forgiven

Harry is a Richard Nixon scholar who leads a quiet, regular life; his brother George is a […]