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Check out our reviews of the latest bestsellers in the world of fiction, with a special focus on Young Adult novels.
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Review of Katie Zhao’s ‘How We Fall Apart’: relatable but heavily dramatised

Review of Katie Zhao’s ‘How We Fall Apart’: relatable but heavily dramatised

‘Infinity Son’ review: An exciting fantasy novel in a magical NYC

9 LGBTQ+ young adult fiction releases we’re looking forward to

‘The Week at World’s End’ review: Intriguing historical fiction set during the Cold War

‘D: A Tale of Two Worlds’ is a stunning fantasy novel

‘The Vanishing Half’ review: A must-read about the effects of colourism and discrimination

‘City of Rust’ review: A dystopian steampunk novel with a touch of ‘The Hunger Games’

Historical fiction about the start of women’s football during WWI

What happens when a vampire and a werewolf fall in love?

‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’ book review: 42nd anniversary edition a timely reminder of Douglas Adams’ brilliance

Take a walk on the wild side with Damien Love’s ‘The Shadow Arts’

More out-of-this-world brilliance from ‘The Martian’ author

‘Spin the Dawn’ review: Pairing Chinese fairy tales with the story of Mulan

John Grisham scores a slam dunk with his basketball thriller

‘The Firekeeper’s Daughter’ review: A crime thriller that will leave you on the edge of your seat

‘Concrete Rose’ is a rare prequel that doesn’t disappoint

‘Infinity Son’ review: An exciting fantasy novel in a magical NYC

9 LGBTQ+ young adult fiction releases we’re looking forward to

‘The Week at World’s End’ review: Intriguing historical fiction set during the Cold War

‘D: A Tale of Two Worlds’ is a stunning fantasy novel

‘The Vanishing Half’ review: A must-read about the effects of colourism and discrimination

‘City of Rust’ review: A dystopian steampunk novel with a touch of ‘The Hunger Games’

Historical fiction about the start of women’s football during WWI

What happens when a vampire and a werewolf fall in love?

‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’ book review: 42nd anniversary edition a timely reminder of Douglas Adams’ brilliance

Take a walk on the wild side with Damien Love’s ‘The Shadow Arts’

More out-of-this-world brilliance from ‘The Martian’ author

‘Spin the Dawn’ review: Pairing Chinese fairy tales with the story of Mulan

John Grisham scores a slam dunk with his basketball thriller

‘The Firekeeper’s Daughter’ review: A crime thriller that will leave you on the edge of your seat

‘Concrete Rose’ is a rare prequel that doesn’t disappoint

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