Fiction

Modern Fiction Book of the Month – September 2020

A fierce and fresh debut novel, set over the course of two decades in Nigeria, about sisterhood, fate and female resistance. 

Black Sunday

Tola Rotimi Abraham
Black Sunday
Paperback

Fabulous

Lucy Hughes-Hallett
Fabulous
Paperback

Something to Live For

Richard Roper
Something to Live For
Paperback

Modern Fiction Book of the Month – August 2020

One August afternoon, two sisters go missing from a beach on the far-flung Kamchatka Peninsula in northeastern Russia. Taking us through the year that follows, Disappearing Earth enters the lives of women and girls in this tightly knit community who are connected by the crime: a witness, a neighbour, a detective, a mother. NYT 10 Best Books of the Year, and National Book Award finalist.

Disappearing Earth

Julia Phillips
Disappearing Earth
Paperback

Lot: Stories

Bryan Washington
Lot: Stories
Paperback

Under a Starry Sky

Laura Kemp
Under a Starry Sky
Paperback

Modern Fiction Book of the Month – July 2020

The story of the Trojan War is given from an all-female perspective, providing the slant of the long-silenced women, goddesses and girls at the centre of the action. Shortlisted for the 2020 Women’s Prize for Fiction. 

A Thousand Ships

Natalie Haynes
A Thousand Ships
Paperback

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