Mayhem on the high seas - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Mayhem on the high seas

Stuart Turton returns with another mind-bending affair set in the 17th century in this murder mystery

Bittersweet symphony - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Bittersweet symphony

It is the end of a year that has upended the world and changed life as we know it. There has been loss, there has been grief, yet love thrives through it all.

Festive reads for the soul - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Festive reads for the soul

Some books simply beg to be read by a cosy nook, with hot chocolate or mulled wine.

Fashionably well-read - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Fashionably well-read

Powerful writing indeed - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Powerful writing indeed

Marieke Lucas Rijneveld’s movingly laconic The Discomfort of Evening marks the return of the novel of the interior


Unsung heroes

The Shadow King by Maaza Mengiste is a tale of war but the story is not about men


Ordinary lives

Veteran Anne Tyler’s latest work is one of the 13 titles on this year’s Booker longlist 


True stories, real lives

SINGAPORE (July 9): They say the stories that stick with us the most are the ones which truly happened.


Fight to Fatherhood

Playwright and writer James Thoo had always wanted to be a father. His own complex relationship with his nononsense, tough-love father made him more determined to have children.


Lustrous but a tad long

SINGAPORE (June 26): The final volume of Hilary Mantel’s fictional series on Thomas Cromwell has solid prose that resurrects past events, giving them a force that envelops readers