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The Waterstones Podcast - Friendship

Posted on 12th August 2019 by Mark Skinner

Your chance to hear authors going beyond the book to talk about the themes and ideas that obsess us all.

Friendship

Will, Dan and Holly talk about friendship, with book recommendations coming straight away from Holly, who loves Expectation by Anna Hope. Dan talks about a Waterstones event for Empathy Day and how reading, empathy and friendship are all connected. We get to hear from Waterstones Children’s Book Prize-winner Angie Thomas talking about friendship in the wake of her huge success with The Hate U Give. Tash Aw talks about how his international life puts a huge pressure on friendship and why it requires work to succeed. And to finish off we drop into an event featuring Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinene, authors of Slay In Your Lane. The two best friends talk about how their book began and how their friendship helped them to share more of themselves through it.

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One of the great contemporary crafters of character, Anna Hope returns with an electric study of friendship, frustration and the curveballs that life forces you to negotiate. Expectation charts the dreams and disappointments of a group of East London women, with heart, wisdom and unwavering truthfulness.

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The 2018 Waterstones Children's Book Prize winner is an incendiary piece of work, which tackles race, violence and poverty with such raw honesty and fearlessness as to mark a new page in the evolution of the YA novel. Unflinching and immensely powerful, The Hate U Give speaks to twenty-first century society as few other books can hope to.
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An intoxicating account of thwarted ambition, alienation and systemic inequality, We, the Survivors places a murderer’s testimony at the heart of a multilayered deconstruction of Malaysian society. Febrile and sinuous, this book confirms Tash Aw’s place at the heart of contemporary fiction.

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The long-awaited guide to life for a generation of black British women inspired to make lemonade out of lemons, and find success in every area of their lives. From education, to work, to dating, money and health, this inspirational, honest and provocative Black Girl Bible explores the ways in which being black and female affects each of these areas - and offers advice on how to navigate them.

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Elegantly written and wonderfully evocative of the vibrant hubbub of South London, Libby Page’s debut is a touching, uplifting novel about community, friendship and the passage of time. Two very different women come together to save their local lido from closure, discovering, in the process, more about themselves than they could ever have imagined.
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A shimmering, lyrical coming-of-age story from one of the most intelligent and nuanced writers of Young Adult fiction, Release charts the vagaries of first love and adolescence with sublime subtlety and unerring skill.
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Former Waterstones bookseller Natasha Pulley unleashes a kaleidoscopic steampunk world in this magical tale of clockwork birds and luminiferous ether. A rip-roaring adventure that blends historical fact with the most imaginative fiction, The Watchmaker of Filigree Street is an unbridled delight.
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