Fiction

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...

General Fiction Book of the Month – February 2018

Opening with an act of inexplicable violence, Idaho is a stunning debut about loss, grief and redemption. In a story told from multiple perspectives and in razor-sharp prose, we gradually learn more about this act, and the way its violence, love and memory reverberate through the life of every character in Idaho.

Reservoir 13

Jon McGregor
Reservoir 13
Paperback

Frankenstein in Baghdad

Ahmed Saadawi
Frankenstein in Baghdad
Paperback

Still Me

Jojo Moyes
Still Me
Trade Paperback

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

Gail Honeyman
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine
Paperback

The Endless Beach

Jenny Colgan
The Endless Beach
Paperback

Three Things About Elsie

Joanna Cannon
Three Things About Elsie
Trade Paperback

General Fiction Book of the Month – January 2018

Evoking a Britain of the early eightiesMy Name is Leon is a heart-breaking story of love, identity and learning to overcome unbearable loss. Of the fierce bond between siblings. And how – just when we least expect it – we manage to find our way home.

In the Midst of Winter

Isabel Allende
In the Midst of Winter
Hardback

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