The Publisher Who Saved Dr. Zhivago

Giangiacomo Feltrinelli - the Publisher Who Saved Dr. Zhivago

Dr. Zhivago is a classic novel and fascinating story. We didn't expect the tale behind it to be even more intriguing. From smuggling to sabotage, this is the book that had both the KGB and CIA scrambling. See why a plain, blue cloth, Russian-language edition just sold for £7,500.

Read: The Outcast by Sadie Jones

Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee

"Sadie Jones risked smashing a perfect thing when she signed up to adapt her book The Outcast (BBC1, Sunday) for television," reports The Guardian. News that your favourite book is hitting the screen is always met with equal parts fear and excitement. Thankfully, Iain Softley has done the dramatic novel justice with beautiful, restrained direction.

New from Harper Lee: Go Set A Watchman

Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee

When news hit in February that one-hit-wonder Harper Lee was not a one-hit-wonder at all, the literary world exploded. It's been a long, long wait but now Lee's long-lost manuscript Go Set a Watchman can be read by Mockingbird fans around the world.

50 Essential Young Adult Novels

It's Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini

Don't let the label limit you - young adult or 'YA' fiction has plenty to offer seasoned readers, as well. With relatable situations and dynamic characters, some of the most riveting novels going are YA. We've chosen 50 not to miss.

10 Editions of Grimm's Fairytales

Grimm's Fairy Tales by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm

For over two centuries, people have been reading the Fairy Tales first put out by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm in 1812. From leather and gilt to decorated cloth, explore ten different, beautiful editions from over the years.