Midnight release – Harry Potter #8 The Cursed Child

Midnight release at the English Bookshop in Uppsala and Stockholm– Harry Potter #8 The Cursed Child

UPPSALA & STOCKHOLM | Saturday 30th July

Come, queue up for the book event of the year! A new Harry Potter story released on Sunday 31st July 01:01 CET, and the shops are open! (The doors open on Saturday 30th July at 23:59 in both Uppsala and Stockholm.)

The Eighth Story. Nineteen Years Later.

Based on an original new story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, and John Tiffany, this is a new play written by Jack Thorne. The book is The Official Script Book (Rehearsal Edition) of the West End play. It is not a novel but is the eighth story in the Harry Potter series.

Dress up as your favourite character (fabulous prizes), eat pasties and tea, have fun while waiting to be among the first to see the book.

The Uppsala Slug Club will join us to celebrate this fabolous event in the Uppsala shop, with readings and all sorts of fun things!

MultiCon will join and add to the fun in the Stockholm shop.

Contact the Uppsala or Stockholm Shop to pre-book your copy now, to make sure you don't miss out. One way to do this is by sending us an e-mail with your name and phone number (or email address), and we'll make sure that a copy is reserved for you.

Saturday 30th July from 23:59 in Uppsala and from 23:59 in Stockholm 

Link to the Uppsala event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1214648338546574/

Link to the Stockholm event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1737607856511169/

Books of the month for July

General Fiction: Kate Clanchy – Meeting the English

British Crime: William Sutton  Lawless and the Devil of Euston Square

Tough Crime: David Black – Fast Shuffle

Fantasy: Jon Skovron – Hope & Red

Science Fiction: Weston Ochse – Ninefox Gambit

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: Cathy Clamp – Forbidden (Sazi)

Teen reading: Clare Furniss – The Year of the Rat

Classic of the Month: Wilkie Collins – Dream Woman

Non-Fiction: Thomas Harding – The House by the Lake

 

Kate Clanchy – Meeting the EnglishWilliam Sutton – Lawless and the Devil of Euston Square David Black – Fast ShuffleJon Skovron – Hope & RedWeston Ochse – Ninefox GambitCathy Clamp – Forbidden (Sazi)Clare Furniss – The Year of the RatWilkie Collins – Dream WomanThomas Harding – The House by the Lake

N.K. Jemisin – The Fifth Season

N.K. Jemisin; The Fifth SeasonThe world is ending. It has ended before, and it will end again. In N.K. Jemisin’s sixth novel The Fifth Season, Father Earth himself is the enemy, rupturing the world’s only continent through quakes, volcano eruptions, tsunamis and storms every couple of decades and sending its people into chaos as a result.

The Geek Feminist Revolution – by Kameron Hurley

The Geek Feminist Revolution – by Kameron HurleyThe Geek Feminist Revolution is an essay collection by science fiction and fantasy author Kameron Hurley about feminism, geek culture, narrative and writing. Dedicated to Joanna Russ, the collection is an oftentimes personal inquiry into the genres we, as feminists, both love and hate.

Books of the month for June

General Fiction: Viet Tanh Nguyen – The Sympathizer

British Crime: Andrea Carter – Death at Whitewater Church

Tough Crime: Lisa McInerney – The Glorious Heresies

Fantasy: Victor Milan – Dinosaur Lords

Science Fiction: Margaret Fortune – Nova

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: J. C. Nelson – Free Agent (Grimm Agency #1)

Teen reading: Eric Lindstrom – Not If I See You First

Classic of the Month: Patricia Highsmith – Carol

Non-Fiction: Michael Jones – After Hitler: The Last Days of World War Two in Europe

 

Viet Tanh Nguyen – The SympathizerAndrea Carter – Death at Whitewater ChurchLisa McInerney – The Glorious HeresiesMarc Turner – When the Heavens Fall (Chronicles of Exile #1) Margaret Fortune – NovaDaniel José Older – Half-Resurrection BluesEric Lindstrom – Not If I See You FirstPatricia Highsmith – CarolChris Wright – No More Worlds to Conquer: Sixteen People Who Defined Their Time - and What They Did Next

Birthday Party in Stockholm

Birthday Party 1 year on Södermalm in Stockholm

STOCKHOLM | Saturday 11th June

It’s time for a Birthday Party – and you’re invited! Saturday 11th June we’ll celebrate one year in Sofo in Stockholm with all day festivities in the Stockholm shop!

Special Birthday Offers all day (3-for-2 on everything!) and a full on Birthday Party from 17:00 with drinks, snacks, games and of course BOOKS!

The music event Make Musik STHLM will go on all day in Sofo, so we’ll have some amazing bands playing just outside of the shop.

Bring your friends and family and join us to celebrate the bookshop, and to get your hands on our curated selection of brilliant summer reads!

Japanese Poetry Game Night in Stockholm

Lets play Ogoola Karuta

STOCKHOLM | Thursday 2nd June 18:30–20:30

Welcome to play the Ogoola Karuta Poetry Game – an English version of the Japanese game Karuta.

A game about listening and finding FAST what you are listening to in the cards you will pick. Grab the correct cards before the others do in order to win! Known as an intellectual martial arts game in Japan. The cards have famous poetry quotes on them but no prior knowledge is needed!

No entrance fee but we have limited space – please let us know if you are planning to join! Sign up at the Stockholm shop. Japanese tea and crackers will be served.

Breakfast Talk: John O’Farrell on There’s Only Two David Beckhams

Breakfast Talk John O’Farrell on There's Only Two David Beckhams

STOCKHOLM | Thursday 26th May at 09:00

We are thrilled to invite you to a truly British morning in the Stockholm bookshop – John O’Farrell is joining us for breakfast all the way from London to discuss his latest novel There’s Only Two David Beckhams

Breakfast Music: 3 Women with Sofie Livebrant

3 Women – Sofie Livebrant on Dickinson, Winterson, and Boye

STOCKHOLM | Thursday 12th May at 09:00

Welcome to a new take on our popular Breakfast Talk series in the Stockholm shop – Breakfast Music!

Books of the month for May

General Fiction: A. D. Miller – The Faithful Couple

British Crime: David Mark – Dark Winter

Tough Crime: James Carlos Blake – The House of Wolfe

Science Fiction: Danie Ware – Ecko: Rising

Fantasy: Clifford Beal – Guns of Ivrea

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: Seanan McGuire – Chaos Choreography

Classic of the Month: Jean Rhys – Good Morning, Midnight

Teen reading: Emery Lord – When We Collided

Non-Fiction: Bill Bryson – Shakespeare

A. D. Miller – The Faithful CoupleDavid Mark – Dark Winter (DS Aector McAvoy #1)James Carlos Blake – The House of Wolfe (A Border Noir) Daniel Ware – Ecko: RisingGeoffrey Beal – Guns of Ivrea Seanan McGuire – Chaos Choreography (Incryptid Novels)Jean Rhys – Good Morning, MidnightEmery Lord – When We CollidedBill Bryson – Shakespeare

New Fiction 20160621

Anuradha Roy
Sleeping on Jupiter
Paperback
Iain Pears
Arcadia
Paperback
Chris Kraus
I Love Dick
Paperback

New Mystery/Thriller 20160621

Larsson, Nathan (ed.) , Edenborg, Carl-Michael
Stockholm Noir
Paperback
Nelson DeMille
Quiet End (John Corey #7)
Paperback
Philip Kerr
The Other Side of Silence (#11 Bernie Gunther)
Trade Paperback

New SF/Fantasy 20160621

Baxter, Stephen , Reynolds, Alastair
The Medusa Chronicles
Trade Paperback
Terry Pratchett
The Shepherd's Crown (Tiffany Aching #5)
Paperback
Terry Pratchett
Seriusly Funny: The Endlessly Quotable Terry Pratchett
Hardback

New Fantasy/SF 20160527

Kirsty Logan
The Gracekeepers
Paperback
James S. A. Corey
Nemesis Games (Expanse #5)
Paperback
Leanna Renee Hieber
Strangely Beautiful
Trade Paperback

New Fiction 20160527

Isabel Allende
The Japanese Lover
Paperback
Chris Cleave
Everyone Brave is Forgiven
Hardback
Yuri Herrera
Lunatics, Lovers and Poets: Twelve Stories After Cervantes and Shakespeare
Paperback
Curtis Sittenfeld
Eligible
Hardback
Lori Lansens
The Mountain Story
Paperback
Michael Perry
The Jesus Cow
Paperback

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