Han Kang, the author of the 2016 Man Booker Prize-winning The Vegetarian, has written a new novel, The White Book, which explores life and death through the lens of a single color—white. The White Book follows an unnamed narrator as she looks upon her own life and its meaning through the prism of “white.” In […]
A tale of redemption that gives a contemporary twist on Shakespeare’s The Tempest.
Ruth Ozeki’s A Tale for the Time Being is a meditation on how time passes and how we live as it does.
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak follows the story of Liesel Meminger and her life in Molching, a fictional small town near Munich, under Nazi Germany.
A very fascinating, philosophical, and ambitious story about human experience.
The Things We Lost in the Fire, written by Mariana Enriquez, is an anthology of stories set in modern Argentina.
As the saying goes, “You can never go home again”. Phillip Lewis’ debut novel The Barrowfields explores the essence of home and family, and the idea of ones dreams and desires.
The essence of art is transcendent in nature. A single piece of art can mean many things. In Ellen Umansky’s debut novel, The Fortunate Ones, art embodies love, loss, and friendship. The story centers around a missing painting and how it has brought two women, Rose Zimmer and Lizzie Goldstein, together.