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What to Read Next and Why.

  • By Annabel Gaskell, Harriet Devine
  • Based in United Kingdom
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Most recent posts

Head North by Andy Burnham and Steve Rotherham
Review by Rob Spence When Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced in October last year that the multi-billion pound rail infrastructure programme HS2 would not, after all, be completed, leaving Manchester and the north of England …
On , by Shiny New Books, 768 words
Orbital by Samantha Harvey
Review by Annabel One thing I know: this sublime novella will be featuring in my books of the year for 2024. Samantha Harvey’s Orbital is a beautifully written love letter, a thought-provoking and heart-warming view …
On , by Shiny New Books, 797 words
Shiny Prize Season – Bright Fear by Mary Jean Chan – Dylan Thomas Prize shortlist & Jhalak Prize longlist
Reviewed by Rebecca Foster I knew from the Costa Award-winning debut collection Flèche (2019) that Mary Jean Chan writes exquisite poems of love and longing. Their follow-up, Bright Fear, has been shortlisted for the Dylan …
On , by Shiny New Books, 512 words