Fiction

Jerusalem

Alan Moore
Jerusalem
Trade Paperback

Roar (Stories)

Cecelia Ahern
Roar (Stories)
Trade Paperback

An Island Christmas

Jenny Colgan
An Island Christmas
Hardback

General Fiction Book of the Month – October 2018

The story of a woman who becomes obsessed with the fox who visits her garden in a story that toys with the real and the imagined. ”An intriguing and subversive debut, charged with the power of the ignored and the suppressed.” –  Hilary Mantel

Killing Commendatore

Haruki Murakami
Killing Commendatore
Hardback

Unsheltered

Barbara Kingsolver
Unsheltered
Trade Paperback

Map of Days (Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children #4)

Ransom Riggs
Map of Days (Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children #4)
Hardback

General Fiction Book of the Month – September 2018

Goblin is a child like no other, caught between creativity and chimera. A true original, with an unforgettable story to tell. ”A profoundly affecting, intellectually challenging and beautifully written fable ... a marvellous piece of work.” 
– Stuart Kelly, Scotsman

General Fiction Book of the Month – August 2018

”Once a year – certainly no more – along comes a special novel that turns its readers into literary holy rollers. A couple of years ago it was Hanya Yanagihara’s A Little Life. Before that Ferrante fever. This year, I suspect it will be My Absolute Darling” – The Times

General Fiction Book of the Month – July 2018

Who says you can’t run away from your problems? A failed writer tries to escape his problems by traveling abroad... This great, funny, empathic book about a middle-aged writer and his insecurities won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction this year.   
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