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Mahvesh Murad

Sable and ice

Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison's eleventh novel explores racism, family, abuse and trauma Updated May 30, 2015 08:10pm

COVER STORY: An uneventful journey

In his first novel in a decade, Kazuo Ishiguro uses elements of drama and fantasy but his storytelling leaves much ... Published Apr 26, 2015 07:43am

REVIEW: A changeling story

ELEVEN-year-old Triss wakes up one day to find that she can’t remember everything she should be able to. Of ... Published Mar 08, 2015 06:58am

REVIEW: Tinder by Sally Gardner

A YOUNG soldier “born in war, raised in war” is caught in the madness, fear and horror of the mid-17th century... Published Jan 11, 2015 06:52am

INTERVIEW: Mirza Waheed

“Characters are my primary objects of love.” — Mirza Waheed Published Nov 16, 2014 06:20am

REVIEW: The Fever by Megan Abbott

IN a small town in the American Midwest, teenage girls are beginning to fall strangely ill. It all starts with one... Published Nov 09, 2014 07:17am

REVIEW: Meatspace by Nikesh Shukla

KITAB Balasubramanyam is more concerned about his cyber-life than his real one. He starts and ends each day by... Published Oct 09, 2014 03:27pm

OBITUARY: Graham Joyce 1954-2014

SOMETIMES you talk to someone for a very short time and find a great many things in common, and the fact that... Published Sep 15, 2014 01:58pm