Fiction

General Fiction Book of the Month – May 2018

In her much praised debut Conversations with Friends, Sally Rooney takes us to Ireland and the spoken word poetry scene, where a ménage à quatre in post-crash Dublin tests the bonds between close friends. A sharp, darkly funny comment on modern relationships. Required reading.” – Sunday Telegraph

The Ministry of Utmost Happiness

Arundhati Roy
The Ministry of Utmost Happiness
Paperback

A State of Freedom

Neel Mukherjee
A State of Freedom
Paperback

The Summer of Impossible Things

Rowan Coleman
The Summer of Impossible Things
Paperback

Circe

Madeline Miller
Circe
Hardback

Dead Man’s Trousers

Irivine Welsh
Dead Man’s Trousers
Hardback

Macbeth (Hogarth Shakespeare)

Jo Nesbø
Macbeth (Hogarth Shakespeare)
Trade Paperback

The Good Pilot, Peter Woodhouse

Alexander McCall Smith
The Good Pilot, Peter Woodhouse
Hardback

General Fiction Book of the Month – April 2018

An intimate portrait of a family and an epic tale of hope and struggle, Sing, Unburied, Sing examines the ugly truths at the heart of the American story and the power – and limitations – of family bonds. Longlisted Women's Prize for fiction 2018. Winner of the 2017 National Book Award.

General Fiction Book of the Month – March 2018

What We Lose is a short, intense and profoundly moving debut novel about race, identity, sex and death – from one of the National Book Foundation’s 5 Under 35. Thandi is a black woman, but often mistaken for Hispanic or Asian. She is American, but doesn’t feel as American as some of her friends. She is South African, but doesn’t belong in South Africa either. And her mother is dying...
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