In the wake of angst-ridden vampires and love-lorn werewolves, is there any hope for zombies? Antonia Reed reviews Warm Bodies - the book and its cinematic interpretation.
'A narrative voice halfway between Raymond Chandler and Monty Python' - Valeria Melchioretto reviews Andrey Kurkov's The Milkman in the Night.
Daniel Bourke reviews Both Flesh and Not - a collection of essays by David Foster Wallace.
Rebecca Rouillard reviews Merivel - the sequel to Rose Tremain’s 1989, Booker-shortlisted novel Restoration.
David Eldridge recommends Peggy: The Life of Margaret Ramsay Play Agent by Colin Chambers.
Julia Bell reviews Niall Griffiths' new book A Great Big Shining Star - 'a plea and a howl and an exhortation to the reader to Pay Attention to What Really Matters'...
What would you do if there were three of you? Amy Bird reviews Beside Myself, an interactive novel designed for the iPad, that explores the conceptual possibilities of narrative in the digital form.
Valeria Melchioretto reviews The Hunger Angel - the latest novel by the Noble prize winning author Herta Müller.