Three books reflect on the first moon landing 50 years ago, writes Anjana Ahuja
Oppressive with heartbreak, Damian Barr’s book ‘You Will Be Safe Here’ bears witness to the horrors of war, writes David Gorin
Jackie Phamotse book is akin to scrolling through an inspirational, self-help Twitter feed, writes Lungile Sojini
Carefully selected anthology offers a glimpse into histories you might never have known and new aspects of histories you know all too well
Deft sketches in Alan Krueger’s ‘Rockonomics’ teach some broader lessons
The book is a timely reminder of the vanity of the myth and a critique of the rise of Donald-Trump led demagoguery, writes Monique Verduyn
Political scientist’s latest book offers penetrating insights, but will need a sequel, writes Hans Pienaar
Elif Shafak’s latest, '10 Minutes 38 Seconds in this Strange World' is already being attacked by trolls and bots
Author Vincent Pienaar is experiencing his own tsunami with his latest book Too Many Tsunamis – a tale of love, light and incidental humour. He tells Diane de ...
Paul Joseph’s Slumboy from the Golden City is a self-effacing autobiography that brilliantly doubles as social history, writes Yunus Momoniat
There is a shift to nonmeat dishes due to concern for animals and our own health — and for the planet
This straightforward and pleasingly opinionated book may persuade more of us to think about financial planning.
Julian Guthrie’s Alpha Girls tells the stories of the moneymakers who crashed through the glass ceiling, writes Aliya Ram
Story reveals quite a bit about the billionaire’s appetite for taking chances
‘North of Dawn’ conveys the struggles of refugees in a post-9/11 world, even when hosts are welcoming and progressive
Mrs Hinch’s cleaning book has sold more than 160,000 copies in the first three days after release