Interviews where books by Sophie Mackintosh were recommended
The Living Mountain
by Nan Shepherd
The Water Cure
by Sophie Mackintosh
The Dark Stuff: Stories from the Peatlands
by Donald S Murray
Inheritors of the Earth: How Nature is Thriving in an Age of Extinction
by Chris D Thomas
Kings of the Yukon: An Alaskan River Journey
Crudo: A Novel
by Olivia Laing
Five Books deputy editor Cal Flyn selects her favourite novels from among those published in 2020: the year of the lockdown, a time when many of us found escapism and solace between the covers of a book. Her own book, Islands of Abandonment: Life in the Post-Human Landscape, a work of literary nonfiction, is out in January.
No writer could resent you losing track of the new novels being published into the chaos of summer 2020 – with the world on lockdown and protestors taking to the streets. But fiction can offer respite from a relentless news cycle, writes Five Books deputy editor Cal Flyn – and an opportunity to consider our own lives and choices through the prism of others’.