Samiha Azim critiques the latest novel by the author of 'The Kite Runner' and 'A Thousand Splendid Suns.'
Tashan Mehta on the dusty treasures that are second-hand bookshops.
Samiha Azim on the novel that weaves together classic mythology, magic and teen angst.
Sarah Khan gives her verdict on renowned author Ian McEwan’s latest spy novel.
Sarah Khan reviews Kazuo Ishiguo’s Never Let Me Go.
Charles Morton analyses whether this recent publication by the British Museum offers a fresh perspective on how we interpret Shakespeare’s life and his work.
Lee Child’s, ‘The Affair’, succeeds in avoiding the cliché pitfalls of the thriller genre, making it an innovative and accessible read, writes Sara Asaria.
Megan Sherman reviews John Sullivan’s collection of essays and articles in Pulphead – a work that marries good journalism with literary narrative.
E.L. James’ book has been the read of the year, but in spite of its popularity, Salma Deera opines that Fifty Shades is a throwback to a bygone sexist and anti-feminist era.
Samiha Azim reviews John Green’s Paper Towns.
Sara Asaria reviews Edith Wharton's literary classic, 'The Age of Innocence'.
When the 2001 race riots cut through the core of Bradford's diverse social makeup, the stigmatisation of Muslim communities convinced novelist and anthropological academic M Y Alam that a different story needed to be told.