Front cover of ‘Here’ by Richard McGuire

‘Here’, by Richard McGuire

A complex graphic novel traces centuries of change through one suburban living room. Review by John Sunyer

MAS, Emerald Light

‘The Emerald Light in the Air: Stories’, by Donald Antrim

The ordinary is deftly skewed in a bold story collection from a ‘poet of 21st-century paranoia’. Review by Erica Wagner

Mas, The Hillstop

‘The Hilltop’, by Assaf Gavron

Personal and national trauma colour the lives of two brothers in a rogue Israeli settlement. Review by Julius Purcell

'365 Stories', by James Robertson

‘365 Stories’, by James Robertson

A digital experiment in daily storytelling takes on a more traditional form. Review by Robert Collins

Front cover of 'The Peripheral', by William Gibson

‘The Peripheral’, by William Gibson

A science fiction tale of environmental and economic collapse. Review by James Lovegrove

An illustration of a mystical bird and a boy

‘The Last Illusion’, by Porochista Khakpour; ‘The Drum Tower’, by Farnoosh Moshiri

An epic Persian poem inspires two very different Iranian-born novelists. Review by Azadeh Moaveni

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‘Amnesia’, by Peter Carey

The Australian novelist blends conspiracy thriller, comic farce and an examination of contemporary hackers. Review by Christopher Tayler

‘The American Lover’, by Rose Tremain

A new story collection marked by a timeless melancholy. Review by Michael Prodger

Front cover of 'Emma', by Alexander McCall Smith

‘Emma’, by Alexander McCall Smith

Can Alexander McCall Smith update Jane Austen for the Facebook generation? Review by Alexander Gilmour

Front cover of 'A Brief History of Seven Killings', by Marlon James

‘A Brief History of Seven Killings’, by Marlon James

A retelling of a violent outbreak in Jamaica challenges perceptions of Bob Marley. Review by IanThomson