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Author of One Day delivers another hit.
The Story Of Land And Sea is a bleak look at hard lives in 18th century America that is leavened by the joy of parental love.
The French novel had such a buzz before its release that it was optioned for translation even before it hit the stores.
'Neuromancer' author discusses his latest book and how he creates the future.
Bookstore in London hosts real sleepover with Airbnb after tourist incident.
Worlds of Wonder: Sentinels, Magneto, ninjas and bad movies couldn’t do it – in the end, it was a relatively mundane item that killed our man Logan.
We take a look back at long-running manga Naruto, which ended last week.
What makes people in perfect situations unravel? According to best-selling author Paulo Coelho, it’s passion.
The Naked Chef says his latest book is his most scrumptious and gratifying yet in the comfort department. Our writer puts it to the test.
A father writes about his own imperfect reaction to having a child with Down syndrome, as well as humanity’s often awful treatment of people with disabilities.
An extraordinary memoir by Helen Macdonald wins the top non-fiction literary prize.
Among the themes explored at this year’s Ubud Writers And Readers Festival 2014 was writing about life-changing journeys.
Big-name writers discuss notions of beauty at the recent Singapore Writers Festival.
Comic books writer / graphic novelist David Hine does an exclusive sketch for Star2's SHARMILLA GANESAN at the Singapore Writers Festival 2014.
Marvel, after Wolverine’s demise
Saying sayonara to 15 years of Naruto
Paulo Coelho on life, work and ‘Adultery’
William Gibson coaxes the future out of the present
Willy Wonka vs Charlie for the better 'Chocolate Factory' movie
Happiness is a state of mind - just ask Andrew Matthews
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