Jess Htay - July 22nd, 2016
From Hunters & Collectors to City of Mirrors to East West Street, the W&N editors share the books they’ll be packing in their suitcases this summer . . . Let us know what you’re reading at Twitter @wnfiction Jennifer, Editor, W&N Fiction I spent a wonderful week reading by the pool in Crete at the end of June. Anne Enright’s family drama The Green Road was everything I had hoped it would be – brilliant, insightful and moving – and Fen by Daisy Johnson was a revelation, a dazzlingly original collection of short stories…
Amy Davies - June 30th, 2016
The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón is July’s title in our #2016ClassicsChallenge. Originally published in Spanish in 2002 as La Sombra Del Viento, Carlos’s book has since been published around the world and has sold millions of copies.
Amy Davies - June 28th, 2016
Start reading Rise by Sian Williams – an account of how people survive and even thrive after trauma
Amy Davies - June 15th, 2016
The paperback of Gordon Corera’s Intercept: The Secret History of Computers and Spies is out today, and it’s not just a new preface, touching on more recent events since the hardback came out last year, that has been included. In the spirit of the Second World War, where Bletchley Park used crossword puzzles to recruit the best code-breakers, we’ve teamed up with a puzzle setter named Serpent to bring you an exclusive puzzle to test your code-breaking mettle! You’ll find it in the back of the book, but we’re also featuring it here. No job…