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2018: The Year in Books – ‘NW’ by Zadie Smith

(In part seven of our 2018: The Year in Books series, we look at the best Zadie Smith novel I read in 2018 (I read three). Is it good? (yes) Is it very good? (also yes) Will you like it? … Continue reading

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2018: The Year in Books – ‘The Player of Games’ by Iain M. Banks

(In part six of our 2018: The Year in Books series, we look at a science fiction book that is neither ‘space lasers and jedi men’ space fantasy, nor ‘giant abstract babies orbiting earth’ weirdness. Strange, I know. But I … Continue reading

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2018: The Year in Books – ‘The Things They Carried’ by Tim O’Brien

(In part five of our 2018: The Year in Books series, we look at a collection of stories about the Vietnam war. It’s really good. I honestly don’t have any jokes for this first part so I’m just going to … Continue reading

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