Never Let Me Go is a dark and human novel that doesn’t fit into the science-fiction or horror genre any more than it does the teenage romance.
Angela Carter is, perhaps, England’s least-recognised literary great. Wise Children is debatably her greatest work.
One of the most troubling aspects of professional football is how certain teams become symbolic totems of ideological causes.
Sensitive, harsh and flirtatiously delicious, if you don’t look too closely at the lines.
Jay Cantor’s stories that recount the lives of people involved with Franz Kafka are well researched, but idolatrous.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower is rather like The Catcher in the Rye repackaged and presented by Apple marketing.