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Book launch: ‘City of Jasmine’ by Olga Grjasnowa

Book launch: ‘City of Jasmine’ by Olga Grjasnowa

On Tuesday 2 April 2019, the library at the Goethe-Institut London filled up to celebrate the launch of Olga Grjasnowa’s third novel Gott ist nicht schüchtern (‘God is not shy’), now translated into English by Katy Derbyshire and published by Oneworld Publications as City of Jasmine. The event was chaired by New Books in German editor Charlotte Ryland, with Olga Grjasnowa and Katy Derbyshire on the panel along with writer and editor Malu Halasa. Malu writes exclusively about the Middle East, and her debut…

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Review of ‘Red Snow’ by Will Dean

Review of ‘Red Snow’ by Will Dean

We’re in Sweden, in the small town of Gavrik. It’s the middle of winter, in the depths of the forest, and there’s barely a sliver of daylight. It’s cold, and the trees are cloaked in a heavy blanket of snow. But none of this can deter Tuva Moodyson, the deaf reporter we all got to know and love in Will Dean’s first book, Dark Pines. Tuva is a kick-ass character, down-to-earth, slightly flawed and just utterly human. And she’s determined…

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