Posted on 14th May 2013

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The Village

‘Lalwani has a rare gift for getting inside character…a tough, engaging and often funny read where all your preconceptions will be overturned and no-one is quite how they seem.’ Louise Doughty Novelist, Playwright & Critic The Village by Nikita Lalwani is a disturbing and utterly gripping modern morality tale set in contemporary India. On a…

Posted on 31st July 2012

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Konstantin

It seems appropriate that Konstantin comes with an endorsement from John Banville, author of Doctor Copernicus (1976), which fictionalizes the trials and tribulations of another forefather of astrophysics as we know it today. Yet where Nicholas Copernicus battles against the technological and religious constraints of the sixteenth century to forward his heliocentric theory of the solar system and even…