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Books: Rachel Heng's 'Suicide Club'

One of the downsides of my work as an editor (the only downside—my job is very cool) is that it can be hard to switch off my work-brain and enjoy a book without critiquing the edit.
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Books: A People’s History of the Vampire Uprising
Raymond A. Villareal’s debut novel brings vampires back into the public eye after Twilight gave their public image a solid bashing.
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Books: The Perfect Girlfriend
2017 was the year of the woman-centred psychological thriller and Karen Hamilton’s debut novel The Perfect Girlfriend follows in this
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Books: John Cheever’s ‘Falconer’
A millennia and a half before Alain de Botton wrote Consolations of Philosophy, the 6th century Roman senator and philosopher, Boethius, was scratching out Consolation of Philosophy; a set of philosophical musings about how happiness is still attainable in an evil and fickle world.
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Books: Saul Bellow’s ‘Seize the Day’
Unlike many of his literary contemporaries, Saul Bellow’s novels don’t exactly lend themselves to film adaptation.
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Books: Albert Camus ‘A Happy Death’
As a major influence on the 20th century French literary scene, it’s sometimes forgotten that Albert Camus was a Pied-Noir
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Novels of 1991: Five of the Best
Editors note: in celebration of all literary things coming out of 1991, our literary savant, Neve Mahoney, has written a review of her favourite 5 novels of that year. Feel free to debate the call in comments.
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Books: Louisa May Alcott’s ‘Little Women’, the original young adult fiction
Whether they’ve read it or not, it’s a book title most women will have come across.

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