One is a dark fairytale set in 1940s Mexico, the other a story within a story split between the early days of Hollywood and the modern day. Fee recommends them both.
Fee reads one of the titles shortlisted for the Dublin Literary Award, a dream-like book filled with beautiful imagery and themes of identity, memory, love, loss, and war.
Fee reads multiple award-nominated fantasy, Piranesi, about a labyrinth; a world contained in a classical building that appears infinite; complete with marble statues, its own ocean tides and weather patterns.
Fee reviews Paul Cleave's latest crime novel set in Christchurch with brilliant fish-tailing action that'll keep you guessing until the end.
Fee reads Pip Adam's Ockham shortlisted novel, "an incredible adventure into the mind, which will mess with your head".
Fee reads the Costa book of the year - a mix of humour, poignancy, and magic that brings new life to the mermaid myth in a vibrant Caribbean setting to immerse yourself in.
Fee reviews the latest true crime title from New Zealand writer, Steve Braunias and finds it a riveting read.