Scarlett Thomas ponders immorality, simulated universes, and the "storyless story" in her latest novel.
Bleak internal monologue awaits English readers of most recently translated work of this year's Nobel Literature laureate.
Stewart O'Nan explores the core themes of literature in a compelling novel set in post-Civil War Wisconsin.
Jayne Anne Phillips impresses in this novel, both tragic and life-affirming, about a teenage girl and her disabled brother.
In this debut novel, an unknowing search for meaning takes a Chicago-area stoner to Lithuiania, where sex, drugs, and love ensue.
Science-based teen heroes enter the clandestine world of espionage to stop planet-wide destruction in an exciting adventure.
Intense apologetics interwoven with a tale of personal discovery serve up a rather unique combination.
Songs for the missing tend to be sad, and this novel is no exception
A good song is just a short story written on a guitar.
Surrounded by piranhas and waiting for ravenously savage mer-monkeys to arrive Smith Delaney has time to reminisce.