Imaginative but not far-fetched, Oval puts to page a generation's anxieties in a world of profit and guilt.
Set in an eerily familiar world of conspiracy, Tears of the Truffle Pig is an astounding glimpse at unforeseen consequences of advancing technology and human cruelty.
You would think that to capture all of 90s queer culture in 350 pages would be an impossible task, but Andrea Lawlor really takes our idea of possible for a spin.
Loosely based on Palahniuk's Fight Club, Williams makes you ponder: What am I afraid of?.
Fast-paced and drenched in wit, Braithwaite explores the questions "who would I hide a body for?" and "how many bodies am I willing to hide?
A folktale like peaking into another world. An odd and quiet world.