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Saturday, November 17, 2018

The Cursed Child was the reader all along

Natasha Franks reviews the recently released script of Harry Potter and The Cursed Child.

A Passage to India: an underrated classic

Forster's untimely novel on empire, friendship and tragic separation

A fine slice of Americanah

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie could not have chosen a more apt title for her third novel

Better late than never: the 600th anniversary book

It has taken two years and £5,000, but St Andrews: Through Students’ Eyes has become a reality

Reviewed: The Letters of Ivor Punch

Ellen Ridsdale reviews the debut novel of acclaimed Scottish musician Colin MacIntyre

Dickensian London is a long, long way from Discworld

Sarah Berman reviews 'Dodger' the latest fictional offering from Terry Pratchett, which wallows in the grimy history of nineteenth century London.

Far From The Madding Crowd: a fan’s heartfelt recommendation

It leaves the reader saddened at the prospect of returning to reality after exploring the rolling hills of Wessex

Birdsong Reviewed on Armistice Day

Lest we forget

Why Roald Dahl still matters

“Ow, Fuck” Those were the parting words of perhaps the finest children’s author of the last century, as he received the lethal dose of morphine...

Nigerian history: a gaping wound in our consciousness?

Written by a true African Millenial