Few tales are as strange as that of Barbara Newhall Follett, whose life would go on to imitate the fiction that she first wrote when she was just nine.
The Telegraph’s critics chose the best novels ever written, ranging from Tolkien through to Proust, and including one of our very own.
They’ve unearthed a previously unseen manuscript for a follow-up to writer Anthony Burgess’ famous novel, ‘A Clockwork Orange’.
A young couple decided to throw a Harry Potter-inspired wedding, with all the bells and whistles you’d expect.
The first image from the 50 Shades of Grey silver-screen adaptation has been released, and it’s includes a burning-stare, hands, and a face.
Sixty years after the first publication “Casino Royale”, we finally have an African setting for a James Bond novel. The latest novel written by William Boyd is titled “Solo”, and will be set primarily on African soil
50 Cent has joined the cast of Odd Thomas, an adaptation of Dean Koontz’ novel, which I don’t really care about. What I do care about is the fact that 50 Cent is playing a blind DJ called Shamus Cocobolo, who will help Anton Yelchin’s “clairvoyant short-order cook” uncover a Satanic plot. No spice.