Books of the Year

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Record of a Night Too Brief by Hiromi Kawakami

The Akutagawa Prize-winning stories from the author of Strange Weather in TokyoIn these three haunting and lyrical stories, three young…

Spring Garden by Tomoka Shibasaki

Winner of the Akutagawa Prize, a sharp, photo-realistic novella of memory and thwarted hopeDivorced and cut off from his family,…

War in Val d’Orcia by Iris Origo

The bestselling diaries of WWII in Tuscany, with a new introduction by writer and social historian Virginia Nicholson, and stunning…

Slow Boat by Hideo Furukawa

A startling novella from the heir to Haruki Murakami and Gabriel Garcia MarquezTrapped in Tokyo, left behind by a series…

Tench by Inge Schilperoord

Jonathan has returned from prison to his largely deserted, run-down neighborhood. He has returned to his mother, to his dog,…

Piglettes by Clementine Beauvais

A wickedly funny and life-affirming coming-of-age roadtrip story - winner of France's biggest prize for teen and YA fictionMireille, Astrid…

Resurrection Bay by Emma Viskic

Caleb Zelic can't hear you. But he can see everything.The prizewinning debut thriller from the new name in crimeCALEB ZELIC…

Some Possible Solutions by Helen Phillips

"Fascinating, unsettling and beautifully written" Emily St John Mandel"Strange and profound" New York TimesWhat if you knew the exact date…

My Cat Yugoslavia by Pajtim Statovci

'A strange, haunting, and utterly original exploration of displacement and desire and a world apart from anything you are likely…

The Evenings by Gerard Reve

'I work in an office. I take cards out of a file. Once I have taken them out, I put…

A Chill in the Air by Iris Origo

A gripping unpublished diary from the bestselling diarist and biographer, with an introduction by Lucy Hughes-HallettIris Origo, one of the…

Ms Ice Sandwich by Mieko Kawakami

A quixotic and funny tale about first love - from the Akutagawa Prize-winning authorMs Ice Sandwich seems to lack social…