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12 new science fiction and fantasy books to check out this July
My colleague Chaim Gartenberg recently reviewed Sarah Gailey’s debut novel Magic for Liars, prompting me to bump it further up my to-read list. I’m alrea...
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2019 BookExpo America held in New York
A visitor looks at brochures of book introduction at a booth during the 2019 BookExpo America in New York, the United States, May 29, 2019. BookExpo America, one of th...
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World’s biggest book sale comes to Lahore
The world’s biggest 24-hour book sale, the Big Bad Wolf Sale, will begin in Lahore on April 19. More than one million books will be on sale at discounted rates.The e...
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If you could only rescue one book, which would it be?
FT writers tell us the titles they are keeping as they declutter ahead of an office move
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'I stayed up all night, because I couldn't put Elif Shafak's book down'
At the moment, I am reading through Yuval Noah Harari's books as well as John Sanei's book titled What's your Moonshot?. Both address the future and have really sharpe...
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The case for capitalism
Two new books explore whether the drivers of prosperity are compatible with democracy, writes Martin Wolf
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Pakistani book Sheeba and Private Detectives deemed favourite by UK Secr...
UK Secretary of State Penny Mordaunt has said that her favourite book is a Pakistani comic based book titled Sheeba and the Private Detectives created by the country's...
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An effervescent new novel about a soda dynasty
IT IS the sugary nectar poured down the throats of millions around the world. Water will quench your thirst; alcohol will get you drunk; soda (or cola, or pop, choose ...
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The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene’ Brown
READ MORE: CM Jam Kamal lauds security forces' role in flood relief activities A year ago when I landed at South Korea, I had no idea that this place would introduce a...
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A new book argues weakened communities threaten liberal democracy
UNTIL RECENTLY, economists’ prescription for struggling places was bloodless: let them die. “Some towns cannot be preserved”, this newspaper argued in 2013, attr...
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12 new science fiction and fantasy books t...
My colleague Chaim Gartenberg recently reviewed Sarah Gailey’s debut novel Magic for...
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2019 BookExpo America held in New York
A visitor looks at brochures of book introduction at a booth during the 2019 BookExpo America in...
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World’s biggest book sale comes to Lahore
The world’s biggest 24-hour book sale, the Big Bad Wolf Sale, will begin in Lahore on April 19...
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If you could only rescue one book, which w...
FT writers tell us the titles they are keeping as they declutter ahead of an office move
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'I stayed up all night, because I couldn't...
At the moment, I am reading through Yuval Noah Harari's books as well as John Sanei's book title...
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The case for capitalism
Two new books explore whether the drivers of prosperity are compatible with democracy, writes Ma...
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Pakistani book Sheeba and Private Detectiv...
UK Secretary of State Penny Mordaunt has said that her favourite book is a Pakistani comic based...
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An effervescent new novel about a soda dyn...
IT IS the sugary nectar poured down the throats of millions around the world. Water will quench ...
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The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene’ Brown
READ MORE: CM Jam Kamal lauds security forces' role in flood relief activities A year ago when I...
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A new book argues weakened communities thr...
UNTIL RECENTLY, economists’ prescription for struggling places was bloodless: let them die. ...
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