We have put together a new selection of great reads by some of the worlds best authors. This selection consists of the following 20 books:
9781529403435Finding Dorothy By: Elizabeth Letts
9780751564921After the End: The life-affirming By: Clare Mackintosh
9781250117960Where My Heart Used to Beat By: Sebastian Faulks
9780374203061Fresh Complaint: Stories By: Jeffrey Eugenides
9780062846181The Secrets Between Us By: Thrity Umrigar
9781473202405The Testament of Loki By: Joanne M Harris
9780241367599Penguin Classics When the Going Was Good By: Evelyn Waugh
9780241978863And The Ass Saw the Angel By: Nick Cave
9781408709436The Quiet Side of Passion By: Alexander McCall Smith
9780805098587Fear of Flying By: Erica Jong
9780099422549Back When We Were Grown-ups By: Anne Tyler
9781786481931Larchfield: The moving By: Polly Clark
9781250069337Eyrie By: Tim Winton
9780312576462Freedom By: Jonathan Franzen
9780544785380Of All That Ends By: Gunter Grass
9780316508209Theft by Finding Diaries (1977-2016) By: David Sedaris
9781786488664Testament: Shortlisted for Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award By: Kim Sherwood
9781409179832Louis & Louise By: Julie Cohen
9781473662506The Devils Slave the highly-anticipated sequel to The Kings Witch By: Tracy Borman
9781760640798Best Summer Stories By: Aviva Tuffield
Full of a wide range of genres and countries represented, this box is perfect for almost everyone.
David Sedaris is one of the greatest comic writers and Theft by Finding ably demonstrates this. Sedaris' diairies are as witty and observant as you would expect and the short entries make it fun to dip in-and-out of.
Louis and Louise by Julie Cohen tells the story of two characters existing in parallel. Cohen explores gender and identity in an interesting and absorbing way that will give you a lot to think about.
Thrity Umrigar's second novel in the Between Us series, The Secrets Between Us, is about a cleaner who is raising her granddaughter in India. Umrigar writes characters that are so believable, you will feel like they are friends of yours. Highly recommended.
Evelyn Waugh's classic When the Going Was Good is included which contains exceprts of his travel books in the 1920s and 1930s. Very funny and wryly observant.
Modern day Australian polymath, Nick Cave, has And the Ass Saw the Angel, a southern gothic tale about a mute and prostitute. Evocative and epic, you will not be able to put it down.
Elisa, Book Grocer