In her new novel, the author builds an engrossing world particularly for young adults, ingeniously incorporating
While the stoically suffering woman is embraced, the happy woman can’t even get a foot in the door.
History is mostly about men. Two well-produced books relish demolishing that characterisation
The film shows fully formed, multi-faceted female characters without feeling the need to bluntly monologue.
The first of a series of mystery novels set in 1920s Bombay is flawed, but also offers promise
The first of a four-part series builds an intricately grand and recognisable fantasy world, but buckles under the weight
An anthology of stories from around the world depicts djinns via different cultural lenses