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Books

  • The chaos of life
    Mar 23, 2017 Reviewed by Michiko Kakutani
    In Michael Chabon’s Moonglow, deathbed stories illuminate an era
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  • A cerebral crime thriller
    Mar 15, 2017 Reviewed by Jake Kerridge
    UK-based Romanian authors first novel in English is crying out to be turned into a David Lynch film
  • Simon Garfield: Our brains are shrinking
    Mar 15, 2017 By Suparna Dutt-D’Cunha, Special to Weekend Review
    The British author tells stories that celebrate the skills we used to have to learn with our whole hands, rather than just the tips of our fingers
  • Unpeeling the universe
    Mar 15, 2017 Reviewed by Lisa Randall
    A physicist offers a brief tour of reality and considers the quantum nature of space and time
  • The 77-year-old had been fighting multiple myeloma, a form of cancer
  • Sana Amanat: Marvel is not a boy brand anymore
    Mar 11, 2017 Marwa Hamad, Staff Reporter
    The Pakistani-American ‘Ms. Marvel’ co-creator talked about the strong women who came before her
  • Falling in love with Afghanistan
    Mar 08, 2017 By Suparna Dutt-D’CunhaSpecial to Weekend Review
    British war correpsondent and author, Christina Lamb talks about the conflicts that have shaped her career and why the risk is worth it
  • A room of her own
    Mar 08, 2017 Reviewed by Monica Ali
    Rachel Cusk has torn up the rule book, and in the process created a work of stunning beauty
  • Your guide to pop culture at Emirates Lit Fest
    Mar 02, 2017 Marwa Hamad, Staff Reporter
    The nine-day event will feature talks by screenwriters and comic book geniuses alike
  • Wishes from the wings
    Mar 01, 2017 Reviewed by David Means
    In Ottessa Moshfegh’s stories, the isolated and unfulfilled make irresponsible attempts at connection
  • A life stranger than fiction
    Mar 01, 2017 By Suparna Dutt-D’Cunha, Special to Weekend Review
    Following stints in prison and politics, Jeffrey Archer’s success as a novelist has been somewhat unexpected
  • Border by Kapka Kassabova review
    Mar 01, 2017 Reviewed by Mark Mazower
    This is a marvellous, personal account of the border zone between Bulgaria, Turkey and Greece, from the Ottomans to Cold War menace and beyond
  • The Oscar-winning actor’s first book features 17 stories
  • 1.3 million copies are planned for first-edition prints
  • 25 million books are missing from UK libraries
    Feb 28, 2017 Guardian News & Media Ltd.
    Librarians in the UK call for a national audit after inventory count libraries reveals discrepancies