by Renee Knight
What would you do if the book you were reading was about you? A great idea, brilliantly executed.
Date recommended: 30 June 2015
Station Eleven
by Emily St John Mandel
A thought-provoking, gripping and haunting account of the end of civilisation.
Date recommended: 18 May 2015
A Place Called Winter
by Patrick Gale
A stunning, sensitive portrayal of a man's fight to survive and to love.
Date recommended: 31 March 2015
Etta and Otto and Russell and James
by Emma Hooper
A magical, whimsical, poignant, lyrical tale of memory, love and loss.
Date recommended: 10 February 2015
The Signature of All Things
by Elizabeth Gilbert
An amazing book of plants, exploration, science, romance and magic in the nineteenth century, centred around a fascinating and inspiring heroine.
Date recommended: 22 December 2014
by Alexander McCall Smith
A Norfolk setting for this modern retelling of the Jane Austen classic.
Date recommended: 12 November 2014
The Undertaking
by Audrey Magee
Date recommended: 15 September 2014
The Ocean at the End of the Lane
by Neil Gaiman
A deceptively simple, light narrative of a man revisiting his childhood home, where all is not as it seems
Date recommended: 16 June 2014
by Isabel Allende
Quirky modern crime novel set in San Francisco.
Date recommended: 17 February 2014
The Goldfinch
by Donna Tartt
A stunning and compelling account of loss, identity and invention.
Date recommended: 16 December 2013