Madness, anxiety and poetry
Joanne Limburg reviews two new collections of poetry
Margaret Thatcher — Zion Lady
Book review: Nicole Krauss Forest Dark
Review: Billy Joel: The Biography
Book Review: Self-destructing continent
Welcome to a world of self-interest
'People follow shiny objects...Trump is the shiny object' according to Daniel Levin, author of a new book on international politics. Jennifer Lipman met him.
Thursday, August 17, 2017
Drawn across Europe on the Kindertransport
A graphic adaptation of a child refugee's arrival in Britain
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Fiction on ﬁrm factual base
Monica Porter salutes an ex-colleague's Moscow-set novel
A call to open hearts
Sipora Levy welcomes a 'tender' novel about parenting a transgender child.
Unpicking the past
A novel with a protagonist who suffers from Alzheimers, written by an author with an early onset form of the disease
A narrative of wonders
David Herman has high praise for Jonathan Levi's novel, which has taken 15 years to find a British publisher.
A voice for a silent heroine
Penny Joelson's debut Young Adult novel tells the story of a girl who cannot communicate
Thursday, August 3, 2017
Trumpeting out loud
Sam Bourne (aka Jonathan Freedland) doesn't actually mention the current occupant of the Oval Office in his new thriller 'To Kill the President', but we know who he means
Monday, July 31, 2017
Book review: The Origin of the Jews by Steven W...
How did we get here — and from where?
Professor David-Hillel Ruben
Book review: The Attack of the 50ft Women
A real-life Handmaid's Tale, this hard-hitting, non-fiction book shows how dystopian our reality still is for women in the UK and beyond.
Friday, July 28, 2017
Book Review: Left crying out for more
With Kissin's memoirs, less is less
Friday, July 21, 2017
The legacy of the summer of love
Danny Goldberg's new book is a personal detailed account of a golden, pivotal, period in America's history
Book Review: The Long Night
An exceptional account of a survivor's story
Thursday, July 13, 2017
Robert Low reviews Douglas Murray's The Strange Death of Europe
Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Review: Beyond the Balfour Declaration
Leslie Turnberg's new book is dangerously simplistic, says Geoffrey Alderman
Tuesday, July 4, 2017
Book review: A Boy in Winter
Stoddard Martin says Rachel Seiffert's new book would make a great film
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