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Prehistoric Times

by Eric Chevillard & Alyson Waters

The narrator of Prehistoric Times might easily be taken for an inhabitant of Beckett’s world: a dreamer who in his savage and deductive folly tries to modify reality. The writing, with its burlesque variations,...


To Mervas

by Elisabeth Rynell & Victoria Häggblom

To Mervas is a turbulent journey through the wilderness of memory, domestic violence, and the vast gulf between lost lovers. After years of insulating herself from humanity in the wake of her disabled son’s...


Plants Don't Drink Coffee

by Unai Elorriaga & Amaia Gabantxo

Four stories narrated from four different perspectives crisscross throughout this poignant and playful novel. Young Tomas – who wants above all else to be intelligent – embarks upon a dizzying search for...


Yalo

by Elias Khoury & Peter Theroux

Yalo propels us into a skewed universe of brutal misunderstanding, of love and alienation, of self-discovery and luminous transcendence. At the center of the vortex stands Yalo, a young man drifting between...


The Vanishing Moon

by Joseph Coulson

In The Vanishing Moon, Joseph Coulson writes with insight and beauty about the American working-class, about the strength and strain of family bonds, and about tragic incidents that haunt the human psyche over...


Beside the Sea

by Veronique Olmi & Adriana Hunter

A single mother takes her two sons on a trip to the seaside. They stay in a hotel, drink hot chocolate, and go to the funfair. She wants to protect them from an uncaring and uncomprehending world. She knows...


Small Lives

by Pierre Michon, Jody Gladding & Elizabeth Deshays

Small Lives (Vies minuscules), Pierre Michon’s first novel, won the Prix France Culture. Michon explains that he wrote it "to save my own skin. I felt in my body that my life was turning around. This book...


Trash, Sex, Magic

by Jennifer Stevenson

A Midsummer Night's Dream transported to the woods of Illinois.


The End of the Story

by Liliana Heker & Andrea Labinger

The quintessential novel of Argentina's Dirty War (1976-83), from one of the country's most respected and controversial writers. English debut.


Whiplash

by Tracey Farren

Told with startling poetry in the grittiest of emotional landscapes, Whiplash puts Farren on the map as a wordsmith of astonishing talent.


Bom Boy

by Yewande Omotoso

Leke is a troubled young man living in the suburbs of Cape Town. He develops strange habits of stalking people, stealing small objects and going from doctor to doctor in search of companionship rather than cure....


Happiness is Possible

by Oleg Zaionchkovsky

Happiness is Possible tells the story of a writer late delivering his novel, unable to write anything uplifting since his wife walked out. All he can produce is notes about the happiness of others. But something...


Open Door

by Iosi Havilio, Beth Fowler & Oscar Guardiola-Rivera

When her partner disappears, a young woman drifts towards Open Door, a small town in the Argentinean Pampas named after its psychiatric hospital. She finds herself living with an ageing ranch-hand, although...


The Islands

by Carlos Gamerro

Buenos Aires, 1992. Hacker Felipe Félix is summoned to the vertiginous twin towers of magnate Fausto Tamerlán and charged with finding the witnesses to a very public crime. Rejecting the mission is not an...


The Tyrant

by Jacques Chessex & Martin Sokolinsky

Semi-autobiographical, and Chessex’s bestselling novel to date, The Tyrant describes a tyrannical father’s destruction of a young teacher’s life.


The Hairdresser of Harare

by Tendai Huchu

Like very good dark chocolate this is a delicious novel, with a bitter-sweet flavour. Vimbai is a hairdresser, the best in Mrs Khumalo's salon, and she knows she is the queen on whom they all depend. Her situation...


Memoirs of a Porcupine

by Alain Mabanckou

All human beings, says an African legend, have an animal double. Some doubles are benign, others wicked. This legend comes to life in Alain Mabanckou’s outlandish, surreal, and charmingly nonchalant Memoirs...


Kicking in: Stories

by Richard Wirick

Narcotic euphoria meets the demands of everyday life in Richard Wirick’s brilliant new collection of interlocking stories. Whether depicting a Valium-fogged lawyer representing a car painter who cooked a client...


Goya's Glass

by Monika Zgustova

Not since The French Lieutenant’s Woman has a story captured the passion and desperation of love in different historical frames.


Mulberry and Peach: Two Women of China

by Hualing Nieh & Sau-ling Wong

A brilliantly crafted picaresque novel, sensual, harrowing and even comic, of an Asian-American woman's exile