Paul reviews László Krasznahorkai's The World Goes On, a collection of stories and essays translated from the Hungarian by George Szirtes, Ottilie Mulzet, and John Batki. This book was recently shortlisted for this year's Man Booker International Prize.
Paul reviews Antonio Muñoz Molina's Like a Fading Shadow, translated from the Spanish by Camilo A. Ramirez. This book was recently shortlisted for the Man Booker International Prize.
Paul reviews Ahmed Saadawi’s Frankenstein in Baghdad, translated from the Arabic by Jonathan Wright, which was recently shortlisted for the Man Booker International Prize.
David Hayden's Darker with the Lights On is an excellent debut story collection with a profound and unsettling exploration of contemporary existence.
Paul reviews Wu Ming-Yi's The Stolen Bicycle, translated from the Mandarin by Darryl Sterk. The book is on this year's Man Booker International Prize longlist.
Paul reviews László Krasznahorkai: The Manhattan Project, another beautifully produced book by Sylph Editions.
Paul reviews Preti Taneja's We that are young.
Paul reviews Eley Williams' Attrib. and Other Stories.
Paul reviews Sara Baume's 2017 novel, A Line Made by Walking.
Trevor reviews the first high fantasy novel he's read in years, Brandon Sanderson's The Way of Kings.