This bold, unflinching debut about power and dependency explores the relationship between a disabled art student and his carer.
The acclaimed Nigerian author’s ‘novel-in-stories’ about six African refugees in Europe is rich and complex From his 2002 debut novel, Waiting for an Angel, about a reporter jailed in the 90s […]
Prejudice and the refugee experience are examined in this taut novel set in Malaysia.
Freshwater by Akwaeke Emezi, who does not identify as male or female, among 16 books longlisted for the £30,000 award.
This chilling account of the war in South Sudan gives a voice to those trapped by the brutality.
Tshuma balances this broad retelling of history with the personal narratives of Zamani and his hosts, Abednego and Mama Agnes, through an almost dizzying ability to shift focus from character to character.
The magic reveals itself gradually, and it is deeply entwined with the vivid world Duiker has created. From the beginning, we find out that kids in Phola can understand and talk to the local street dogs.
In 1954 the American psychologist Muzafer Sherif set out to prove that hate was learned with the help of two groups of warring 11-year-olds.