British author Julian Barnes has written 22 books in his career so far, including the first to reach much critical notice, Flaubert's Parrot.
We all want to make our mark in some way.
The Life and Death of Sophie Stark is the second novel
by young American journalist Anna North, a graduate of the
Iowa Writers' Workshop (also attended by Eleanor Catton).
Poetry round-up by Hamesh Wyatt
A story by children's author Beatrix Potter, written more
than a century ago, is to be published for the first time
after the rediscovery of the tale which features some of her
best-known characters such as Peter Rabbit.
Much has been written about James K. Baxter, considered by
many to be New Zealand's greatest poet, and his father,
Patti Smith's M Train is a memoir, her prose
gracefully blending beliefs, art and her connection with
Eleanor Catton married her long-time partner Steven
2015's literary standouts, according to ODT books editor
The best of this year's books as recommended by our
regular Otago Daily Times book reviewers.
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