Review: The Lost Pianos of Siberia

An epic, romantic and mesmerising quest for (almost) mythical treasure, spanning more than 250 years, replete with curious characters, terrible evil and despair, incredible generosity and stunningly beautiful landscapes, this page-turner is not an all-consuming novel but a breathtaking, astonishing

Book review: Humankind

2020 isn’t proving to be an easy time to remain optimistic. But if you’re looking for something that might help you feel hopeful, Humankind by Rutger Bregman, part philosophy book, part call to arms, is a stimulating and easy-to-read place

Book review: Together

There are many things we use all the time without really paying attention to them. That’s normal and even helpful a lot of the time; life would slow down impossibly if we couldn’t move relatively seamlessly through certain tasks or