Rabeea Saleem

Rabeea is a Karachi-based writer. Her two vices are cricket and literature. Book critic for various international publications including Chicago Review of Books, Irish Times and The National. She can be reached at rabeea.reviews@gmail.com.

8 Engrossing Books About Bookstores

Whether they're set in a bookstore, have a bookseller main character--here's a roundup of excellent books about bookstores for children and adults.

Excellent October New Releases in the UK

The best books coming out in the United Kingdom this month.

8 Outstanding New Releases in the UK This September

Must-read new releases coming to the UK this September.

5 Books for Nerdy Women Out in 2017

A list of 2017 books to satisfy the STEM cravings of nerdy women.

Bite-sized Reads by Literary Giants

Catch up on works from some of the biggest literary names with the VINTAGE MINIS series--20 pocket-sized books encompassing the whole spectrum of life.

8 Works of Fiction Out in the UK This August

A round-up of the best fiction out in the UK this month.

2017’s Best Books About Female Friendships

2017 releases about female friendships to give to your best friends!

Timely New Fiction from South Africa

New fiction on race and class from South African writers.

Maggie Nelson Busts Genres

On Maggie Nelson's Bluets and The Red Parts, works of genre-busting, unclassifiable non-fiction.

Genre-defying Translated Fiction That Deserves More Attention

4 recently published translated literary fiction titles that deserve more attention.

Sensational June Releases Out in the UK

New releases out this month in the UK!

Love Ferrante? Discover the Next Italian Sensation

2017 books by Italian authors that can scratch your Ferrante itch.

The Best of Both Worlds–May Books That Are Socially Conscious Page-Turners

These titles combine page-turning entertainment and complex social messages.

5 Psychological Thrillers That Aren’t Formulaic

Psychological thrillers that aren't about missing women.

Read Internationally

On the importance, especially in today's political climate, to read books by writers from countries other than your own.