- The Guardian - Alex Preston
These novels are rarely blindsided by events, so attuned are they to the spirit of their times I’m not sure I’ve ever looked forward to a book as eagerly as Ali Smith’s Summer. This is the final instalment
- TIME - Justin Worland
Isabel Wilkerson arrived in Detroit after an early-morning flight, eager to get to work. With just a day to complete interviews for a piece to be published in the New York Times, the journalist had little
- The Guardian - Tessa Hadley
There isn’t all that much explicitly about the pandemic, or Black Lives Matter, and yet everything feels conceived under the pressure of those things There are probably going to be a lot of lockdown books.