Alex Landragin’s debut is a book that crosses lifetimes, narratives and, above all, gleefully references other residents of your bookshelf. It’s a ride.
“Song for the Unraveling of the World” is a book of many things. Above all, it serves as a litmus test of how the reader, and how they see the species.
Kristen Arnett’s book of the dead is a scintillating illumination of what we do when we lose those we love.
‘The Doll Factory’ is a novel that supplants modern issues to 1850s London. Purity, possession and a tryst with a taxidermist. Get stuffed, you lot.
Josh Denslow’s book is an examination of the sad, lonely and hopeless. His voice is equal parts funny and galling.