Meg Rosoff talks to Mariella Frostrup about her book 'There is no Dog', which imagines what the world would be like if God was a petulant teenage boy called Bob.
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There Is No Dog - Meg Rosoff
Publisher: Penguin Books
How I Live Now - Meg Rosoff
Shooting Angels - Christopher Hope
Publisher: Atlantic Books
Cry, the Beloved Country: A Story of Comfort in Desolation - Alan Paton
Publisher: Vintage Classics
Disgrace - J.M. Coetzee
Dry White Season - Andre Brink
Welcome to Our Hillbrow: A Novel of Postapartheid South Africa - Phaswane Mpe
Publisher: Ohio University Press
The Heart of Redness - Zakes Mda
Publisher: Picador USA
Triomf - Marlene van Niekerk
Please let us know your thoughts and tips for literary apps. Which ones are your must haves and why; what content would you like to see becoming available; which books would you like to have an app for; and are literary apps value for money?
Apps mentioned on the programme:
Cat in the Hat, The Elements, The Solar System, Gems and Jewels, Alice in Wonderland, The Wasteland, Birds of Europe, Angry Birds.
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