Posted on 20th Jul, 2018
From Rumpelstiltskin's legacy to the robots of the future: welcome to our selection of the best new books in July.
Posted on 4th Jun, 2018
From the corridors of the Kremlin, the dark, prickling heat of an Italian summer and the hushed whispers of Buckingham Palace, welcome to the best of June’s new reading.
Posted on 11th May, 2018 by Martha Greengrass
In an exclusive interview, Megan Hunter, author of our Fiction Book of the Month for May, The End We Start From, discusses with Martha Greengrass myths, motherhood and life beginning at the end of the world.
Posted on 10th May, 2018 by Martha Greengrass
Diagnosed with breast cancer in her mid-thirties, Rebecca Loncraine learned to live again through the discovery of flight. Chronicling her experiences, Skybound is both a powerful nature memoir of a world high above our heads and a moving, inspirational testament to freedom and self-discovery. Rebecca sadly passed away before the book could be published. Here her mother Trisha - who helped to bring the book to print - presents a diary in photographs of Rebecca's extraordinary journeys in the skies.
From a fiercely compelling thriller already earning comparisons with Emma Donoghue’s Room, to a Wainright Prize-shortlisted tour of Britain on foot, as we head into 2018, we highlight just some of the books to keep on your radar in January.
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