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By Colin Grant
He shows us the famous people with epilepsy like Julius Caesar, Joan of Arc and Vincent van Gogh, the pioneering doctors whose extraordinary breakthroughs finally helped gain an understanding of how the brain works, and, through the tragic tale of his brother, he considers the effect of epilepsy on his...
Winner of the Saltire Society First Book Award 2016An Economist Book of the Year 2016A Spectator Book of the Year 2016In 2011, Isabel Buchanan, a twenty-three-year-old Scottish lawyer, moved to Pakistan to work in a new legal chambers in Lahore.
By Lauren Elkin
Part cultural meander, part memoir, Flaneuse traces the relationship between the city and creativity through a journey that begins in New York and moves us to Paris, via Venice, Tokyo and London, exploring along the way the paths taken by the flaneuses who have lived and walked in those cities.
Cane, Cob and Chimney Jewett are young Georgia sharecroppers held under the thumb of their God-fearing father, Pearl. But little goes to plan and soon they're pursued by both the authorities and the stories emanating from their trail of destruction - making the Jewett Gang out to be the most...
By Manuel Rivas
Manuel is growing up in Franco's Spain. He adores his elder sister, Maria, and they are watched over by their mother, who enjoys reciting poetry, and their father, a construction worker with vertigo. Beyond the walls of the house, he encounters chatty hairdressers and priests, wolf hunters and monstrous carnival...
A GRANTA BEST YOUNG AMERICAN NOVELIST 2017When the Khurana boys and their friend Mansoor set out for one of Delhi's markets, disaster strikes without warning. Even the young bomb maker cannot escape the heat of the blast. Unforgettable'ADELLE WALDMAN'Packed with small wonders of beauty and heartbreak that are impossible to...