Booklist

Reviewed in the LRB - Vol. 44 No. 5

Selected by the Bookshop


From the publisher:
'I couldn't put this book down. Malcolm inspired us to make art out of our boredom and anger. He set us free' Bobby Gillespie, Primal ScreamIncluded in the Guardian 10 best music biographies'Excellent . . . With this book, Gorman…

From the publisher:
Perfect for Hallowe'en: haunting accounts of real-life exorcisms through the centuries, from ancient Egypt and the biblical Middle East to colonial America and twentieth-century South AfricaLevitation. Feats of superhuman strength. Speaking…

From the publisher:
'Haunting ... lingers in the mind long after the final page is turned' Sunday Times…

From the publisher:
A comprehensive history of censorship in modern BritainFor Victorian lawmakers and judges, the question of whether a book should be allowed to circulate freely depended on whether it was sold to readers whose mental and moral capacities…

From the publisher:
'Got under my skin in the way the best writing can' SHEILA HETIA fearless and savagely funny examination of masculinity under late capitalism, from an electrifying new voiceSet in Philly one year into Trump's presidency, Sean Thor Conroe's…

From the publisher:
With a Foreword by Francesca Wade and an Introduction by Sophie LewisDiane di Prima began writing her ‘Letters’ in 1968, conjuring a potent blend of utopian visions, ecological urgency and spiritual insight. By turns a manifesto…

From the publisher:
An engaging, richly illustrated account of parish churches and churchgoers in England, from the Anglo-Saxons to the mid-sixteenth century Parish churches were at the heart of English religious and social life in the Middle Ages and the…

From the publisher:
The prequel to The Crown: the first truly candid portrait of George V and Mary, the Queen's grandparents and creators of the modern monarchyShortlisted for the Elizabeth Longford Historical Biography prize and the History Reclaimed…

From the publisher:
The first account of the dissolution of the monasteries for fifty years—exploring its profound impact on the people of Tudor England “This is a book about people, though, not ideas, and as a detailed account of an…

Latest booklists
See all booklists

Latest booklists