Rating: 2/3. It’s always exciting to find stories that play with popular existential theories. Suren G. Hakobyan’s debut novel, Void Fate, does exactly that to very satisfying effect.
Rating: 3/3. This debut novel pulses between succulent and sickening. It drops you into the life of a very unusual girl and her father, who use their surreal gifts to cure local humans.
Rating: 2/3. A fantastical celebration of literature! It combines a love of writing with the philosophy of art and belief.
Let’s look at its origin, key features, and 21st-century representations.