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The Kirkus Star is one of the most prestigious designations in the book industry. Look for the icon to discover books of exceptional merit. Governments and corporations will soon know you better than you know yourself. Belief in the idea of 'free will' has become dangerous. Why you should read this article slowly Joe Moran. Regency rendezvous Inside the world of Jane Austen fandom. From getting away from phones to a confidence boost, she was intrigued about what members got out of it.

The author on her dislike of Jane Eyre, being unable to finish American Psycho and feeling guilty about rereading. What happens to your sense of self when your partner dies? An engaging memoir of loss. Not the Booker prize Read along with us The Not the Booker prize shortlist. Iain Sinclair Living With Buildings: And Walking With Ghosts — healthy building, healthy mind? Iain Sinclair feeds us a rich diet of shrewd insights on contemporary living. Love, loss and the missed connections of family life are restlessly observed in this profoundly playful collection from the American writer.

Era-hopping sex, trauma and therapy … four scientists make a world-changing discovery in a novel that breaks the rules of detective fiction, space and time. A probationary constable hunts down a serial killer in fog-shrouded London; an ex-jailbird searches for a missing daughter; and the return of DC Connie Childs. This fictionalised story of a real-life rape in a religious colony is brave and thoughtful.

Review roundup The best recent science fiction novels. On the jungle trail Revisiting Kipling's children's classic Katherine Rundell. Katherine Rundell was thrilled by the idea of plunging back into the world of Mowgli, Bagheera and Mother Wolf Witty, wise and heart-melting Best new picture books for children.

A cake-fixated rabbit, a granny who snores like a walrus, a guitar-wielding purple ogre, and the wonders of the universe. Sebastian Faulks I always feel that the glorious thing is just beyond my reach.

Gary Shteyngart As a Queens boy, Trump was very impressive. As a Russian immigrant to the US, the author grew up looking up to Gordon Gekko and Donald Trump — now, he hopes his satire about a hedge-fund manager stops people from becoming bankers.

We sit down with the one and only Kate Atkinson, author of modern classics including Life After Life and Behind the Scenes at the Museum, to talk about her latest time-bending novel. Making fantasy reality Alan Lee, the man who redrew Middle-earth. Video 'Every single child draws the truth': Ben Quilty and Richard Flanagan on the refugee crisis.

One little Syrian refugee didn't stop drawing. She gave me this message to show you.

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