I’ve got two words on why you should read this book: MY VALVE.
The end of the world is here. Unfortunately for our intrepid protagonist Bill Masen, he seems to have missed it.
Possibly David Sedaris’ weirdest collection of short stories. Want to meet the freudian bear, the racist chipmunk? Continue reading
An astounding tale of human endurance, horror and tragedy on Everest, written by a journalist who lived to tell the tale first-hand.
Iain Banks’ whirlwind narrative transcends time and space as rogue agents trying to escape an all-powerful organisation jump through parallel universes to survive.
Harper Lee’s prequel to ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ certainly feels just like the fat that got trimmed off and discarded from her previous work.
These 23 stories and pieces of poetry may not be Gaiman’s best work, but as it says on the tin: you’ve been warned.
Arkady Kisanov has just graduated from university and decides to go back home, with his friend Bazarov in tow. What happens later changes both of their lives.
There’s something so special about reading a book by David Sedaris — it’s finished all too soon in an all-consuming one-sitting marathon.
Vonnegut excells with an exciting and dark memoir from a double agent during World War II.