Metro - Book Review Illustrations April/May 2013
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    Metro Book review illustrations - A collection of recent illustration to accompany book reviews for the Metro Newspaper. Each review is illustrat… Read More
    Metro Book review illustrations - A collection of recent illustration to accompany book reviews for the Metro Newspaper. Each review is illustrated in response to the particular themes or aspects that the reviewer has selected. Read Less
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A collection of recent illustration to accompany book reviews for the Metro Newspaper.  Each review is illustrated in response to the particular themes or aspects that the reviewer has selected.
Book Review Illustration for the Metro Newspaper - "In this vast new novel by the great Japanese novelist and film-maker Ryu Murakami, North Korea is most certainly not a joke. From The Fatherland, With Love is set in an alternative present in which the credit crunch has delivered the coup de grâce to the stagnant Japanese economy of the 2000s." - Metro
Book Review Illustration for the Metro Newspaper - "Claire Messud’s The Woman Upstairs is a fearless tonic for the lonely" - Metro
Book Review Illustration for the Metro Newspaper - "John le Carré’s new thriller, A Delicate Truth, exposes hypocrisy and corruption at the top."
Book review Illustration for the Metro Newspaper - Charles Moore’s Margaret Thatcher – The Authorized Biography
Book Review Illustration for the Metro Newspaper - A Constellation of Vital Phenomena - Anthony Marra. A girl caught in the crossfire between Russian and Chechen Rebels.
Book Review Illustration for the Metro Newspaper - Be Awesome by Hadley Freeman "Hadley Freeman’s feminist primer Be Awesome is humorous but lacks substance" - Metro Review
Book Review Illustration for the Metro Newspaper - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s - Americanah. "A Nigerian who moves to the US for 13 years, only feels black when she is abroad." - Metro