Michael Cohen has released the foreword of his tell-all memoir about Donald Trump, in which he alleges Russia collusion and other sordid scandals.
Nasledujúce knižné novinky vám privodia tie správne zimomriavky. Stephen King postraší Inštitúciou, Dán prináša Klbko zmijí a vo švédskej novinke Nevidený sa vraždí na pláži!
After the lockdown, hundreds of delayed titles are expected this autumn including many household names vying for Christmas successFrom Richard Osman’s first crime novel to Caitlin Moran’s new memoir, almost 600 hardbacks are due to be published on 3 September in a “massive bun fight” of new titles, as books delayed over the summer due to Covid-19 finally make it on to shelves.Autumn is...
The story, told with free-wheeling gusto, of four German thinkers – Martin Heidegger, Walter Benjamin, Ernst Cassirer and Ludwig Wittgenstein – before the dark decade of the 1930sWolfram Eilenberger’s new book offers us a group portrait of four brilliant young philosophers in the aftermath of the first world war. His awesome foursome is made up of , , Ernst Cassirer and – the only one who...
Characters are tethered to a virtual world of surveillance and misinformation in an exhausting satire on technology This novel starts off annoying in one way, becomes annoying in a whole other way, and ends up as probably the most annoying book of 2020. But what did you expect? DBC Pierre has always been a literary brat – explosive, funny, exhausting, hurling the stuff of the universe together...
“The boundaries between subjects are really artificial constructs by humans, like the boundaries between colors in a rainbow.”
He was a Marxist revolutionary and minister in Afghanistan’s short-lived communist government. But Sulaiman Layeq spent the last decades of his life writing an epic poem about an Islamist insurgent.
When it comes to nightmare nuptials, “The Guest List” takes the cake.
Of course they are — and this summer, more than ever, indulge in some page-turning escapism.
The French artist Emma, famous for , illustrates how certain ‘friendly’ remarks can belittle women in the workplace, translated by Una Dimitrijević, is published by Seven Stories Press.