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Six reasons why you should read When The Doves Disappeared

Oksanen’s writing sizzles – as you read you will revel in beautiful turns of phrase and be pulled deep inside the devastating story, desperate to know what happens next.

Book Club:The Life and Death of Sophie Stark

Book Club:The Life and Death of Sophie Stark

Posted on 24th Feb, 2016 by Anna North

Anna North, author of this weeks recommended Book Club title The Life and Death of Sophie Stark, has written a piece for our blog: What Publishing a Novel Taught Me About Life

Six reasons why you should read The Life and Death of Sophie Stark

Sophie Stark is a deliciously flawed, extraordinary female character. You will find yourself falling for her, whilst condemning her behaviour – which is a heady mix.

Six reasons why you should read The Unexpected Inheritance of Inspector Chopra

Take your seats on a Mumbai Mystery Tour

Book Club: Crooked Heart

Book Club: Crooked Heart

Posted on 4th Feb, 2016 by Lissa Evans

Lissa Evans traces the origins of her dazzling, tragi-comic blitz-era novel

Six reasons why you should read The Versions Of Us

Described as One Day meets Life After Life, this is a sharply original novel that spins three spiralling alternatives from small variances in the way two students meet.

Six Reasons why you should read The Little Paris Bookshop

Our second Waterstones Book Club title of the year, The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George, is already an international bestseller. It tells the story of a heart-broken bookseller who makes a journey in his bookshop-barge all the way from Paris to Provence.

Six Reasons why you should read Our Endless Numbered Days

Our first Waterstones Book Club title of the year, Our Endless Numbered Days by Claire Fuller, is a mix of enchanting prose, suspense and domestic drama that will break your heart.

Book Club: My Brilliant Friend

Book Club: My Brilliant Friend

Posted on 6th Sep, 2015

The author of this week's Book Club book doesn't technically exist

Book Club: Lucky Us

Book Club: Lucky Us

Posted on 23rd Aug, 2015 by Jonathan O'Brien & Amy Bloom

Amy Bloom's Lucky Us, with its cracking opening line, joins our Book Club

Book Club: Hotel Alpha

Book Club: Hotel Alpha

Posted on 2nd Aug, 2015 by Jonathan O'Brien

One of our booksellers introduces this week's Book Club book by Mark Watson.

Book Club: One Night, Markovitch

Book Club: One Night, Markovitch

Posted on 26th Jul, 2015 by Ayelet Gundar-Goshen

A brilliant debut from Ayelet Gundar-Goshen. This vibrant tale of two Jewish men and their arranged marriages is both funny and moving, and you will be bowled over by the author’s wit and panache even as you grieve for her characters: passionate, ambitious, selfish, generous, fickle, loyal and larger than life, their lives will take over your own even as they are turned upside down by the exigencies of war and the demands of the Irgun in a nascent Israel.

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