November 2021: Paperback Previews

The number of paperbacks out this month is almost half what it is during the summer, as publishers focus on Christmas hardbacks. But there are still gems—and Christmas gifts—to be found among the paperbacks: it’s slipped from earlier this year, but Robert Macfarlane and Stanley Donwood’s graphic novel Ness is a thing of beauty, Ian Wright’s Brilliant Maps would be a fabulous present (the hardback has sold 30,000 copies, says Granta), and I can imagine a fair few people who would like to find a copy of Richard Herring’s The Problem with Men under their tree.

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