BY PRIMER WRITERS
by Elizabeth Strout
Before you roll your eyes at another lockdown novel, know that you are in the masterful hands of Elizabeth Strout and that, far from triggering, this was a cathartic, expansive and even joyful reading experience.
by Andrew Sean Greer
A part-travel, part-love story that follows the lovable and entirely awkward Arthur Less as he road trips across America pondering life’s big questions.
by Maggie O’Farrell
Lap up the glamour and pomp of Renaissance Italy complete with luxurious weddings, candlelit dinners and very heavy tapestries.
by Celeste Ng
A family drama interested in race and relationships… police violence, political protest (and) the unbreakable love between a mother and child.
by George Saunders
Things do get a little weird in the nine stories that make up this collection. But more than weird, Saunders’ writing is subversive, profound and so much fun.
by Peggy Frew
Follows three sisters as they seek to rebuild their once-strong sibling bonds.
by Jennifer Robinson & Keina Yoshida
Draws back the curtain on laws around the world and how they work to silence women (and benefit powerful men), and takes readers inside the Johnny Depp defamation case.
by Diana Reid
Focuses on a group of 20-something friends and the entangled relationships and moral dilemmas that preoccupy them.
by Adam Kay
Funny, clever and fuelled by Kay’s still-simmering anger at the treatment of doctors in the NHS.
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