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Reccomendations: A Winter’s Promise, Christelle Dabos “The first in the Mirror Visitor series, in which the world has fragmented. Perfect for fans of Philip Pullman’s The Book of Dust.”
— The Guardian, Nov 11 2018
A best seller in France, Dabos’s debut novel evokes both the whimsy and the deep-seated sense of justice of the Harry Potter series. The unassuming Ophelia simply wants to live her life undisturbed on her celestial island, an “ark” named Anima, where she works as an archivist...
— The New York Times, Oct 26 2018
— Jean Bookishthoughts, Oct 26 2018
Like a Sword Wound by Ahmet Altan is published now in English translated by Yelda Türedi and Brendan Freely. It's the winner of the Yunus Nadi Novel Prize, and the first book in the Ottoman Quartet, a narrative that spans the history of Turkey during the decline of the Ottoman...
— BBC Radio 3, Oct 18 2018
Set in immediate post-war Vienna, full of unemployed former imperial bureaucrats and enough socialists to earn the city the nickname of “Red Vienna,” a veteran haunted by the war is murdered, and it’s up to Inspector August Emmerich to solve the crime and restore a small...
— CrimeReads, Oct 16 2018
A Winter’s Promise is a beautifully structured system of mirrors, reflecting in its glittering facets many other books.
— The Times Literary Supplement, Oct 12 2018
To what extent is writing a political act? ‘This question sounds a bit naive in countries like mine . . . . Writing becomes engulfed by politics’
— The Times Literary Supplement, Oct 11 2018
This vibrant, psychologically acute novel—the first of a planned quartet by the Turkish author Altan (Endgame), currently in prison on specious charges of aiding the 2016 coup against President Erdogan—depicts a moribund Ottoman Empire at the turn of the 20th century. In...