Albert Camus once said that 'fiction is the lie through which we speak the truth', and with these eight words he perfectly sums up the immense power of the novel.

by Albert Camus

The Double Life of Daisy Hemmings

by Joanna Nadin

The Last Summer

by Karen Swan

Briefly, A Delicious Life

by Nell Stevens

Disorientation

by Elaine Hsieh Chou

Owner of a Lonely Heart

by Eva Carter

Young Mungo

by Douglas Stuart

The Attic Child

by Lola Jaye

The Vacation

by John Marrs

The Lamplighters

by Emma Stonex

One Good Thing

by Alexandra Potter

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