Posted on 21st April 2011

Posted by Sophie

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Ten Storey Love Song

Richard Milward’s second novel, ‘Ten Storey Love Song,’ is a sort-of Friends-on-acid scenario: all of his finely observed and unromantic characters live near each other, appear to be endlessly bed-hopping, and care about each other hugely. In Milward’s monstrous recreation, however, the ‘friends’ in question are all on the dole, and most of the time…

Posted on 9th March 2011

Posted by Rosa Anderson

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The Hidden

‘It has been said that history is written by the victors’, begins Tobias Hill’s compelling novel about the terrorism rife in Spartan history, both past and present, but ‘the truism is false in one case. The Spartans were once masters of all they surveyed, prevailing over Greece through fear and war, yet did not trust…

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