The Exhibit puts human emotions on display. It is a book between two cities - Cambridge and Manchester - with detours via wax museums and planetariums, it brings down the Berlin Wall and challenges censorship in Iran, reveals the love of gay marriage and has conversations with Alexander McQueen, Damien Hirst, and Sylvia Plath. This in an impressive collection by a young poet already known for his innovative, intense poetry that draws its energy from the light and dark of everyday life.
Regular price: £3.39
After Brahm's Ascension, he is exposed to a new world as foreign to him as any he has ever seen. After an eventful introduction into the society, he begins to exhibit strange capabilities. His new friend, Krish, helps orient him to this strange world. The longer he experiences this new reality, the more he senses something is wrong.
Regular price: £14.49