New Zealander is youngest winner of award, but at 832 pages, her 'virtuosic' book is one of the longest
Crace's final book, Harvest, leads pack that includes Colm Toibin, Eleanor Catton and Jhumpa Lahiri
It would have been a 'terrible, terrible omission' if 82-year-old hadn't won award before she died
Helen Fielding's heroine is 51 and trying to find love online. It should be hilarious, but isn't
Hard-drinking, hard-smoking agent impresses critics, but adventures in West Africa are 'convoluted'
Horror writer will finally reveal the fate of Danny Torrance after escape from the Overlook Hotel
Almost 40 years after he was killed off by Agatha Christie, Poirot is to be resurrected by Sophie Hannah
Film-makers choose two virtual unknowns to star in the film of E L James’s notorious S&M novel
Described as the best Irish poet since Yeats, Heaney was a prolific bestseller who made 'Beowulf' cool
But the 'vibrant' selection of 13 novels is an incitement to read, say critics
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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