August may well have been a big month for fiction but there are plenty of big names battling it out in September in the run-up to the Christmas season.
A number of essay collections stand out in August, but there’s an anniversary to celebrate and a science fiction gem in the offing, too.
The big news for August is Malorie Blackman’s much-anticipated return to the world of Noughts & Crosses . Crossfire is my Book of the Month. The lives of characters old and new play out against a...
This month’s highlights make collectively fine work of reminding us that the story of migration to our shores is one of centuries of contribution to the richness of our heritage. There’s Meera Sodha’...
While September is the more common domain for publishers’ big literary hitters, this August features a number of household names with new titles.
Commercial fiction flocks onto the shelves in time for summer reading promotions, backed up by a flurry of political and economics non-fiction titles.