No plans this Valentine's Day? Palatinate Books stay away from declarations of love and offer some literary companionship instead.
Sophia Rahim takes a trip down the rabbit hole to discover why, even 186 years after Lewis Carroll was born, his stories are just as well-loved as when he wrote them.
Our writers pick out the stories that shaped their year – how they might resonate with you in 2018?
On the 68th anniversary of literary demigod George Orwell's death, Palatinate Books pays homage to the author by examining different readers' perspectives on his legacy.
"The horrifying images of John Hersey’s 'Hiroshima' can be crudely quoted by any uninspired journalist in the opening line of an article to generate cheap, shock-factor appeal. Yet, although such scenes are unpalatable, they are not excessive."
Georgia Bower reviews ‘The Polar Express’ by Chris van Allsburg as part of Palatinate Books' series of Christmas reads.
Shauna Lewis reviews 'The Northern Lights' as part of Palatinate Books' series of Christmas Reads.