Censorship, 'lang mo' and re-entry promotions: 7 things you didn't know about the annual Hong Kong Book Fair
As you prepare for this year’s Hong Kong Book Fair, here are some interesting facts about the annual exhibition that most people aren’t aware of.
PEN Hong Kong launches Hong Kong 20/20: Reflection on a Borrowed Place to mark 20th anniversary of Hong Kong handover
In front of a packed room, prominent artists and writers read extracts of their works, which reflects on the post-colonial development of Hong Kong after 1997.
John Green finally announces follow-up to The Fault in Our Stars: Turtles All the Way Down is out in October!
The US author will release his new book this autumn!
Looking for a great new book to sink your teeth now that exams are over and the holidays are here? Here are our top picks for sizzling summer reads.
Most books you read, remember for a short while, and then move onto the next one. Sally Christie’s The Icarus Show isn’t one of these. This unique and beautifully imagined novel with its small cast of great characters and gripping plot is something exceptional.
Derek Landy has kept us well supplied with fantasy wonders before and since the record-breaking success of 2009′s Skulduggery Pleasant. As a refresher, we have you covered with an A-to-Z guide to the world of Skulduggery Pleasant.
Time-slip novels have been a popular form of fiction since Alice fell down that rabbit hole. One moment the central character is in one particular time and place, and then it’s through the back of the wardrobe or something or other. And then the story can begin.
Colourful worlds collide in a picturesque Italian village in Matilda Woods’ debut novel, The Boy, the Bird and the Coffin Maker [Review]
Debut Australian author Matilda Woods has taken three very different ingredients – a boy, a bird and a coffin maker – and combined them to come up with a beautifully written novel for young and not-so-young readers.
What a pleasure it is to read a book like Lissa Evans’ Wed Wabbit. This book has 11-year-old Fidge as its protagonist, but it isn’t a book just for younger readers.
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