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You can never have enough books. You may have reached that point where they're overflowing onto the floor or the bottom of the wardrobe but that's no reason to stop. Your bookshelves must be allowed to grow free, heading off in every possible direction until the entire room is full of books. Books! As far as the eye can see!
We've curated some of our most popular titles below to help sow the seeds for the messy and unkept shelves you've always wanted. Alternatively, browse the full selection here.
The Fault in Our Stars was far and away our bestselling Young Adult novel of 2013 - and is a fantastic, heart-warming story that everybody should read. Hilary Mantel's Bring Up the Bodies is a richly detailed and vibrant historical novel, that won a second Booker Prize for Hilary Mantel.
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Gone Girl was the summer 2013 hit everybody talked about whilst C. J. Sansom published Dominion, a trademark historical thriller set in an alternate 1952, twelve years after Britain surrendered to Nazi Germany followng the retreat from Dunkirk.
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Late author Iain M. Banks' The Hydrogen Sonata, the final Culture Cycle novel, is a stand-alone tale of galaxy-spanning inter-species politics and intrigue set in the distant future, whilst Sunday Times bestseller Wool has been lauded by authors Justin Cronin and Kathy Reichs for its unsparing depiction of a hostile and apocalyptic future Earth.
Browse more personal book recommendations on our Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror category page.
"A jumped up country boy, who never knew his place" - Morrissey certainly caused a stir with the controversial publication of Autobiography under the Penguin Classics imprint, usually reserved for works of great influence and high literary merit.
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On the Map, shortlisted for the Waterstones Book of the Year 2012, is a definitive history of cartography from award-winning journalist Simon Garfield whilst historian and columnist Dan Jones' The Plantagenets: The Kings Who Made England is a history of the Middle Ages in the form of a family portrait.
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Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity and Poverty, shortlisted for the Financial Times and Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year Award 2012, studies of the ebbs and flows of global dominance, is a fascinating read. You can download a sample chapter here.
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