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ast year, I decided to treat myself to a new copy of Bonjour Tristesse by Françoise Sagan, a novel I have loved ever since I first read it as a teenager, and whose dreamy opening line in its original translation from the French by Irene Ash – “A strange melancholy pervades...
— The Guardian, Jul 25 2016
This book THE YOUNG BRIDE is gorgeous and a must read!
— Twitter, Jul 20 2016
Expertly translated by Curtis, Gillot’s novel about soccer is about more than the bruising arena of competitive sports. It is also a delicate character study of a solitary man slowly rejoining the world. Growing up, Vincent Barteau dreamed of being a professional soccer player.
— Publishers Weekly, Jul 18 2016
Both timeless and artistically contemporary, The Young Bride in its own book-body enacts the movement between desire and despair – and the effort to achieve a balance between them while sensing "a defining infamy" in everything human.
— On the Seawall, Jul 18 2016
Katie Roiphe Author and journalist I just got back from my wedding in Jamaica, for which I packed an optimistic number of books: Alexander Maksik’s riveting and disturbing novel Shelter in Place (Europa), which is a totally original exploration of mental illness, sexual...
— The Guardian, Jul 17 2016
Borgiamania All tours lead to Rome. In 2015, over 13 million people visited the Eternal City. 7 million visited Vaticanland, where every Wednesday the Pope drives out in his Pope-mobile among the masses in St. Peter’s Square like Mickey Mouse at the entrance to the Magical...
— European Literature Network, Jul 17 2016
The Young Bride (Europa, 176pp; £10.99) is a peculiar tale about a woman who is about to marry into a family where the inhabitants never seem to sleep. As the big day approaches, the atmosphere becomes ever more surreal.
— The Times, Jul 12 2016
Sergio Y. by Alexandre Vidal Porto Alex Ladd renders in aggressively plainspoken English Alexandre Vidal Porto's short but powerful novel about a renowned therapist from São Paulo named Armando. Despite the fact that Armando is so renowned, he failed to recognize that...