New Internationalist

Books

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Equatoria

Equatoria by Tom Dreyer

The White Tiger

The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga

The Other

The Other by Ryzard Kapuscinski

Belching Out the Devil

There is a company which manufactures and distributes concentrated sugary syrup and the way it conducts its affairs is the subject of Mark Thomas’ enormously readable book.

A Most Wanted Man

John le Carré’s latest novel could hardly be more topical or timely, dealing as it does with the seamier reaches of international banking and the nether-world inhabited by the fugitive and the stateless.

A Certain Woman

Winner of the best novel prize at Cairo International Book Fair, Hala El Badry writes about her life as an Arabic woman.

9/11 Contradictions

25 contradictions about that day in New York by David Ray Griffin

A River Called Time

The fourth novel of Mozambican author Mia Couto

From A to X: A Story in Letters

A heartrending love-story and a searing indictment of authoritarianism in all its forms.

The Rebels' Hour

Lieve Joris’s spellbinding account of the recent ill-starred history of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

The Riddle of Qaf

The Riddle of Qaf is crammed with allusions to classical literature and cod-scientific theories and it makes free (and unapologetic) use of myths and legends.

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