Rachel Ashenden reviews Joanna Trollope’s ‘Sense and Sensibility’, the first in a series of Austen re-imaginations as part of the ‘Austen Project’.
On the one hundred and sixty-sixth birthday of Bram Stoker, Books Correspondent Stephen Watkins looks over the great man's life and legacy and what the twitter-sphere has been saying about it...
Whether it is joining forces with your best friend to protect something important in your lives or putting your best friend’s interests before your own, here are our top 6 best friends in fiction we would love to meet.
There's an emphasis on history and political biography in this year's list, but it's clear that the SJP judges have only one real criterion: the quality of the writing.
Here are ten fantastic reads in the Bildungsroman genre.
The top 5 fiction and non-fiction books selected this year include How I killed Margaret Thatcher.
Natalia Korniy reviews the Mumbai-set novel of intrigue, metaphor and spirituality.
Jennifer Hamilton looks at how Kia Garriques’ 'Innovera Yakov: The Journey of the Thousand Eyes', a story of love, authority, friendship and hope, relates to her own life as a university student.
With Benjamin Britten's centenary celebrations under way, TSJ Books Correspondent Stephen Watkins reviews the latest biography about one of the Great British composers.
Natalia Korniy about the Ukrainian most desired XX Lviv Book Fair, key guests and reasons to attend.
List of fictional hotties. Never read Fifty Shades, and I’m not that big on Edward Cullen. But these guys are alright.
With the recent revival of Beat Generation literature, America has never been so fashionable…
Stephen Watkins discusses the recent surge of interest in historical fiction and its status in our lives.