A new chapter: the books to look forward to in 2021
Whether we’re locked down or set free by the advent of vaccines this year, there are plenty of exciting releases to liberate our minds
No matter how supportive readers tried to be of books in 2020, the inescapable fact of the pandemic meant that many authors who might otherwise have soared saw their books sink without a trace. Without the oxygen of publicity – via bookshop launches or meet-and-greets and book-signings – it was tough for many authors to find their desired audience.
That was particularly the case for debut authors, but even seasoned writers felt the pinch, with their...
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A Crooked Tree: Dangers lurk in the shadows in a thrilling coming-of-age debut novel
Una Mannion defies expectations with an exciting tale that is much more than a straightforward crime drama
Interview: Cate Sevilla, author of How to Work Without Losing Your Mind
After coming through the traumatic experience of working for a seemingly successful business that spectacularly fell apart, Cate Sevilla is well placed to give advice on how to survive the ups and downs in any workplace
The Species that Changed Itself: Wide-ranging history of human evolution brings us right up to the here and now
In a study that covers biology, sociology and psychology, as well as anthropology and virology, Edwin Gale argues humans have changed so much that our ancestors wouldn’t be able to recognise us