Brian Finney reviews “Quichotte,” the latest novel from Salman Rushdie.
Irony states the opposite of what it intends to mean. But what if no one spots it and takes the ironic statement literally?
Like all Mitchell's novels, "Slade House" belongs to the same Übernovel he has been constructing from the beginning while it remains a self-contained...
A call to reviewers to drop elitist prejudices and see Mitchell’s appropriation of fantasy genres for what it is.
The Pendle with trial is fodder for Jeanette Winterson's addictive new page-turner.
On Negative Reviews LET ME START with a few riders. I am not in the habit of writing negative reviews. In fact, I’ve never written a predominantly...
A look at his past work and his newest novel, 'Lionel Asbo: State of England'
He is both a post-national and post-postmodern writer on the one hand and quite simply a page-turner on the other.