Paul reviews Orhan Pamuk's most 2016 novel, The Red-Haired Woman, translated from the Turkish by Ekin Oklap.
Daniel Mendelsohn has written a wonderful memoir that is both a touching and nuanced account of his relationship with his father as well as a fascinating look at the great epic The Odyssey.
Paul reviews Fiona Mozley's debut novel, Elmet, recently shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize.
Paul reviews Emily Fridlund's debut novel, History of Wolves, which was recently shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize.
Paul reviews Mohsin Hamid's Man Booker Prize Longlisted Exit West, a book he'd love to see on the shortlist and wouldn't mind seeing take the prize.
Paul reviews Kamila Shamsie's Home Fire, a reworking of Antigone set in the modern day which is a Man Booker Prize contender.
Lee reviews Mike McCormack's Solar Bones, the book that won last year's Goldsmiths Prize, set up to "celebrate qualities of creative daring" and to "reward fiction that breaks the mould or extends the possibilities of the novel form." The book is also a contender for this year's Man Booker Prize.
Lee reviews Zadie Smith's Swing Time, which was recently longlisted for the Man Booker Prize.
Paul reviews a book he hoped would make the Man Booker longlist, Benjamin Myers' The Gallows Pole.
Domenico Starnone's Ties, translated from the Italian by Jhumpa Lahiri -- yes, that Jhumpa Lahiri -- is a painful, yet compelling exploration of the hopes and fears that underlie the closest relationships we have.