Spanning five decades, Chloe Benjamin’s The Immortalists is a sweeping tale of four siblings that explores weighty, primal themes of life, death, and family.
The Strange & Ordinary's 4th recommended read is The Arrival of Missives by Aliya Whitely - a perfect little oddity of a weird fiction novella.
The Strange & Ordinary's third recommended read is Hungarian masterpiece, The Door by Magda Szabó - a tale of the complex relationship between two women of different generations who rarely see eye to eye, yet who become inextricably linked in each other's lives.
The Strange & Ordinary Library presents its second recommended read, the weird and wonderful magical realist novel Goblin by Ever Dundas.
The Strange & Ordinary Library presents its first recommended read - The Call of the Undertow by Linda Cracknell, a quiet novel about trauma and grief told in taut, incisive prose.