Books

The busiest day of the publishing calendar offers hope for some, but ruin for many

Alexander Larman on William Sitwell’s luxurious history of eating out

Any history of the 1960s that neglects mass culture is not to be taken entirely seriously

Alexander Adams on Soviet Brutalism and where to read about it

György Schöpflin on Anne Applebaum’s Twilight of Democracy

Is there a cure for bibliomania?

Why Oxfam bookshops, as tremendous as they are, may be the end of the second-hand bookseller

Owen Polley reviews Breaking Peace: Brexit and Northern Ireland by Feargal Cochrane

A home with books is a launching pad for a life well lived, says Daniel Johnson

Buying your way into the book charts is more widespread than you might think