The book's original historical research sets it apart from the glut of dry tomes.
For the moments our noses are in this very slim book, a smile washes over our faces.
Here’s a collection of micro fiction. Flash fiction. Each as varied as the one that precedes.
An eclectic compilation of prose and verse.
Narrated by a student who arrived expecting to find Oxford his oyster.
The novel opens with text scored out, small paragraphs in bold and reams of author’s notes.
While it's mostly a story about following your life’s passion, it's also a boy-meets-girl love story.
Room is not easy reading, but compelling and rewarding.
A book review by SH Lim.
Margaret Atwood revisits the MaddAdam world of ‘Oryx and Crake’.