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Laszlo Krasznahorkai

Krasznahorkai's extraordinary first novel is back – and more devilish than ever.

On Time and Water

Andri Snær Magnason

A unique approach to climate change that recalls W. G. Sebald

The Disaster Tourist

Yun Ko-Eun

A satirical Korean eco-thriller with a fierce feminist sensibility

Baron Wenckheim's Homecoming

Laszlo Krasznahorkai

The defining master-work of the Man Booker International winner's spectacular career

The Pine Islands

Marion Poschmann

SHORTLISTED FOR THE MAN BOOKER INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 2019 – a charming, playful, profound tale of lost souls in search of transformation in modern Japan

Like a Fading Shadow

Antonio Munoz Molina

The hypnotic new novel about Martin Luther King's assassin, by one of Spain's most important contemporary authors

The World Goes On

Laszlo Krasznahorkai

A new masterpiece from Europe's leading literary genius

The Book of Disquiet

Fernando Pessoa

The definitive edition of the much-loved classic

African Psycho

Alain Mabanckou

Alain Mabanckou's uproarious, fleet-footed English-language debut, reissued as a Serpent's Tail Classic to coincide with the publication of…

Black Moses

Alain Mabanckou

The larger-than-life story of an African Oliver Twist

All the Rivers

Dorit Rabinyan

A haunting love story between a young Israeli translator and a Palestinian painter

The Accusation


Searing fiction smuggled out of North Korea – the English PEN Translates Award winner, now in paperback

¡No Pasaran!

Pete Ayrton

International writing from the Spanish Civil War, from both behind and at the front line

The Passport

Herta Muller

A beautiful, haunting novel by the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature

Pedro Paramo

Juan Rulfo

A legendary classic of magic realism and the most important Mexican novel ever written – with a new foreword by Gabriel García Márquez

The Last Patriarch

Najat El Hachmi

A riveting debut novel of fathers and daughters, and the conflict between duty and desire, set in rural Morocco and urban Cataluña

School For Patriots

Martin Kohan

Set during the time of the Falklands War – a shocking exposure of the moral degradation that contaminated institutions of Argentinian society

Nothing But Fear

Knud Romer

For one young boy, the Second World War lives on


Thierry Jonquet

Film by Almodovar, based on Jonquet's novel, starring Antonio Banderas to be released widely in the UK on 26 August

The Origin of Violence

Fabrice Humbert

Winner of the inaugural French Orange Prize in 2009 and the Prix Renaudot's livre de poche prize

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