Lee reviews Rachel Kushner's The Mars Room, which is longlisted for this year's Man Booker Prize.
Paul reviews Javier Cercas's The Blind Spot: An Essay on the Novel, translated from the Spanish by Anne McLean.
Lee reviews Daisy Johnson's Everything Under, a retelling of the Oedipus myth in contemporary England. The book is on this year's Man Booker Prize longlist.
Trevor reviews Jean Améry's 1978 novel-essay, Charles Bovary, Country Doctor: Portrait of a Simple Man, translated from the German by Adrian Nathan West.
Paul reviews Wolfgang Hilbig's 1996 novel, The Tidings of the Trees, translated from the Germany by Isabel Fargo Cole.
Trevor reviews Pat Barker's war novel, The Silence of the Girls, a retelling of the Iliad from the perspective of Achilles's captive Briseis.
William Trevor's "The Unknown Girl," from Last Stories, is a devastating look at a life that didn't seem worth living.
Paul reviews Wolfgang Hilbig's 1991 novel Old Rendering Plant, translated from the German by Isabel Fargo Cole.
Paul reviews Wolfgang Hilbig's 2002 collection of reflections, The Sleep of the Righteous, translated from the German by Isabel Fargo Cole.
Paul reviews Alex Pheby's Lucia, a novel about Lucia Joyce, daughter of James Joyce's and lover of Samuel Beckett, who has, after spending the last 30 years of her life in an asylum, almost been erased from history.