Helen Macdonald wins 2014 Costa book award for ‘hauntin...
A book which explores grief, love and nature – as well as just how you train a goshawk you’ve bought for £800 – won its author Helen Macdonald a second leading literary prize.
Unlocking Prisons and Reopening Wounds ‘Amnesia,’ Peter...
While Peter Carey’s “Amnesia” may be about a hacker, the novel has much less to do with computers than with Australian-American tensions during the 1942 Battle of Brisbane.
SRK to feature in a graphic novel
According to author Ramesh Thamilmani, personality of Shah Rukh Khan and the lead character match perfectly.
Book launch: SM Shahid writes about his music soul mate...
In his autobiography, author pens down his autistic grandson’s passion for classical music.
Parsi Bol - saving a language, one word at a time
Parsi Bol aims to protect the community’s heritage through a compilation of signature Parsi phrases
Miranda July: By the Book
There’s too much, so I’ll just mention a few:
The director, screenwriter, actor, artist and author, most recently, of “The First Bad Man,” can’t stand Garfield. “That dumb ma...
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins review – a skilf...
The protagonist of The Girl on the Train is much younger, yet she is unable to remember much about the night a young woman went missing near her old home – blood, an underpass...
An Appeal to Listen and Learn ‘Outline,’ Rachel Cusk’s ...
Sometimes a book arrives in your life exactly when you need it. Such was the case for me with “Outline,” Rachel Cusk’s new novel.
‘How to Be Both,’ by Ali Smith
Some books are easier to read than to describe. Ali Smith’s sly and shimmering double helix of a novel, “How to Be Both,” a finalist for the Man Booker Prize, opens with a flo...