summer reading

 
Batting for the empire
Batting for the empire
Before the Lights Went Out -- The 1912 Triangular Tournament by Patrick Ferriday (Von Krumm ­Publishing)
Naivity, novelty and the writer's art
Naivity, novelty and the writer's art
The Possessed Adventures with Russian Books and the People Who Read Them by Elif Batuman (Granta) ...
Does a virgin have to be female?
Does a virgin have to be female?
Hear Me Alone by Thando Mgqolozana (Jacana)
The wild life of a mild revolutionary
The wild life of a mild revolutionary
The Unexploded Boer by Erich ­Rautenbach (Zebra Press)
Old magic and future worlds
Old magic and future worlds
Gwen Ansell rounds up some of the latest science fiction and fantasy releases.
Multilayered but one-sided
Multilayered but one-sided
Reamde by Neal Stephenson (Atlantic)
Son of HAL feeds on fear
Son of HAL feeds on fear
The Fear Index by Robert Harris (Hutchinson)
What might have been
What might have been
The Loss Library and Other Unfinished Stories by Ivan Vladislavic (Umuzi)
Conquering the epics
Conquering the epics
Sitting high on the Westcliff Hotel pool deck, Conn Iggulden takes a sip of tea and marvels at the panorama of Johannesburg's man-made forest.
Ivan in bite-size complexity
Ivan in bite-size complexity
Marginal Spaces -- Reading Ivan Vladislavic edited by Gerald Gaylard (Wits University Press)
A bloody good read
A bloody good read
Conqueror by Conn Iggulden (Harper Collins)
Stocking fillers?
Stocking fillers?
Not silly, but certainly part of the silly season: that's the annual selection of summer book releases destined to be acquired, wrapped and...

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