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Schulman’s wonderful, intricate novel (following Three Weeks in December) is set in the palpably near future. When the superstar of the biological research world, 33-year-old Frankie Burke, joins the team at an ape foundation in the Midwest, she thinks things are finally falling...
— Publishers Weekly, Apr 23 2018
An old man’s breakfasts and bath times with a wired-up four-year-old, his wrestling for the remote, desperately trying to find some space for himself and his work. Starnone, one of Italy’s most accomplished novelists, knows the territory and delivers it wonderfully.
— The Guardian, Apr 19 2018
Ms Schulman’s finest novel yet is an examination of sexual relations, the “careful theatre” of civilisation, and humanity’s responsibilities in a rapidly changing world. It is both an edifying read and an exhilarating one.
— The Economist, Apr 19 2018
A woman reflects on the generation that have come before her - beginning with her Persian great grandfather in 1896 via her family’s harrowing escape to France during the Iranian revolution - all from the waiting room of a Parisian fertility clinic. Written with love, joy and...
— Stylist, Apr 3 2018
Daniele Mallarico, in his seventies, is on his way from Milan to Naples, where he has agreed to care for his four-year-old grandson Mario for three days so that his daughter and son-in-law can attend a professional mathematics conference. Daniele, already late with illustrations...
— Seeing the world through books, Mar 13 2018
Starnone expertly plucks some of the short story’s essence, twisting and molding his own work into a marvel of metafiction that feels fresh and surprising.
— The Washington Post, Mar 13 2018
Jhumpa Lahiri may have made a name for herself with award-winning fiction like Interpreter of Maladies and The Namesake, but lately, the author has been finding new creative fulfillment in an adjacent practice: translation. Over the past few years, Lahiri has immersed...