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Jonas Jonasson discusses our Book Club title of the week: Hitman Anders and the Meaning of It All.
Jean-Paul Didierlaurent’s The Reader on the 6.27 has been something of a sensation in its native France, topping the bestseller charts and very much underlining Didierlaurent’s transition as a short-story writer of some repute toward transforming into a full-blown novelist. The Reader on the 6.27 has bagged numerous literary awards and has been translated into twenty-six languages. Here, Didierlaurent talks about moving away from the form of the short tale and how he set about creating the extraordinary world of The Reader on the 6.27. Introduced by regional buyer Martha Greengrass
For some years, Cathy Rentzenbrink was a fellow soldier-in-arms at Waterstones, beginning her career as a bookseller across several of our stores in London. Ultimately she fled the nest to become Project Director to the charity Quick Reads and now, as a full-time writer and books journalist, a familiar voice in British publishing. Regional buyer Martha Greengrass introduces Cathy’s heartbreakingly honest memoir, The Last Act of Love.
The Girl of Ink & Stars is the much-anticipated choice for our Children’s Book of the Month. That rare thing – a genuinely timeless, heart-on-its-sleeve adventure – this fictional debut from Oxford-based Kiran Millwood-Hargrave is as beautifully produced as it is written.
The Saffron Tales is a love-letter to Iran, its food, and its people. Its author Yasmin Khan has been kind enough to present for Waterstones an evocative overview of these culinary pleasures, introduced here by our non-fiction buyer Bea Carvalho.
We are delighted to confirm that Dominic Lieven’s Towards the Flame: Empire, War and the End of Tsarist Russia is the winner of this year’s Pushkin House Russian Book Prize.
Described as a study of the area where medicine 'necessarily remains an art as well as a science', O’Sullivan’s debut, It's All in Your Head, wins this year's Wellcome Prize.
Girl Up is a survival guide, written largely for girls and younger women, that takes a frank look at modern life and what feminism means today. Here its author Laura Bates talks social media, great feminist reading and whether Chris Pratt has the right idea about inequality. Introduced by the Manager of our Newcastle Emerson branch, Caroline Dominey.
J.K. Rowling's screen-writing debut, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Original Screenplay, will be published the day after the film's release and is available to pre-order now.