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With or Without EU? Essays from Goodbye Europe

"What does the idea of Europe mean to the UK? How deep below the EU do our shared roots run? How much can politics really touch, and how much can it never transform?"

A unique collection, containing voices from both sides of the Brexit debate, Goodbye Europe delivers a panopticon of cultural responses, exploring what Europe means to our heitage, history and future, as Britain prepares to leave the European Union. Here, the Waterstones celebrated authors Henry Marsh and Sarah Perry present their essays from Goodbye Europe, accompanied by an exclusive introduction from the collection's editor Emad Akhtar.

An Exclusive Waterstones Interview With Sarah Perry

After her novel The Essex Serpent was awarded Waterstones’ Book of the Year 2016, in the following interview, Sarah Perry discusses tackling faith, reason, complicated relationships and the rise of the twenty-first century Gothic with Waterstones Online's Martha Greengrass.

Strange News Out of Essex

Strange News Out of Essex

Posted on 24th Jun, 2016 by Sally Campbell

Old and new worlds collide in Sarah Perry’s gripping second novel The Essex Serpent, introduced by Waterstones Online's Martha Greengrass.

Book Club: After Me Comes the Flood

Sarah Perry's atmospheric debut joins the Waterstones Book Club