Four years after entertaining us with their first adventure...
The ongoing pandemic may have forced cinemas to shut down...
Filmmakers can find inspiration in the most unlikely of places.
An award-winning author writes an accessible and entertaining book, chock-full of facts and historical...
A sequel to a critically acclaimed debut novel allows us to see the lives of characters beyond the last page of the
Confessions that appear to have been undertaken for form’s sake
AFTER amusing us with the tale of an amnesiac lawyer in his debut novel Terms & Conditions, Robert Glancy now takes us
One day, one event, seen through five very diverse points of view
Instead of advising readers on how to be happy, the author turns the idea on its head and tells us how to be miserable
A humorous and pleasant take on combating misery using reverse psychology
A talented life cut short by mental illness,Vincent van Gogh’s magic endures through the precious works he left behind
A well-intentioned but poorly executed obsession with simplifying things is what undermines Thing Explainer
Those living in this bizarre land have an offbeat look at life
Jem Roberts encapsulates the journey of the writer Douglas Adams and his most popular creation
John Grisham’s Rogue Lawyer lacks a gripping central plot driving the narrative
Ernest Cline’s second science fiction novel is as far away from hitting all the right notes as it could be
Tracy Stewart’s book is a light read that inspires compassion towards animals
Chigozie Obioma’s debut novel marks the author as one of the promising new voices from Africa
Social media-savvy singer Amanda Palmer memoirs is about her rise to stardom and a guide to asking for help
Randall Munroe dissects seemingly nonsensical impossibilities by applying scientific principles