The winners of the Women's Prize for Fiction are always a fabulous read and this year was no exception! We thought you might like to hear about some of our favourite winners since the Prize began...
Piranesi: WINNER OF THE WOMEN'S PRIZE 2021
Susanna Clarke£8.99 £8.54
Piranesi's solitary world in his labyrinthine house is unexpectedly disrupted . . . Strange, gothic and enchanting!
Hamnet: WINNER OF THE WOMEN'S PRIZE FOR FICTION 2020 - THE NO. 1 BESTSELLER
Maggie O'Farrell£9.99 £9.49
Sue absolutely loves this book. Hamnet is a novel inspired by the son of Shakespeare - a tender and unforgettable story told with Maggie O'Farrell's characteristic lightness of touch and accessibility.
The Song of Achilles
Madeline Miller£9.99 £9.49
The Song of Achilles retells the story of Greece's greatest hero from the point of view of his best friend Patroclus. A gripping reimagining!
Home: Winner of the Women's Prize for Fiction
Marilynne Robinson£8.99 £8.54
The story of two adult children returning to their childhood home to seek refuge and flee mistakes, Home is a magnificent book about family, loss, and forgiveness.
Zadie Smith£8.99 £8.54
Loosely based on Howard's End, On Beauty follows the lives of a mixed-race British/American family living in the United States. It is a beautifully observed story about love and family.
Small Island: Winner of the 'best of the best' Orange Prize
Andrea Levy£9.99 £9.49
A beautiful, moving story about a Windrush generation couple whose dreams of a better life in England are not quite what they imagined . . .
A Spell of Winter: WINNER OF THE WOMEN'S PRIZE FOR FICTION
Helen Dunmore£9.99 £9.49
The very first winner of the Women's Prize for Fiction, A Spell of Winter by Helen Dunmore is an extraordinary gothic novel about two siblings left alone in their grandfather's decaying country house as WW1 approaches.
Barbara Kingsolver£9.99 £9.49
The Lacuna is the heartbreaking story of a man torn between the warm heart of Mexico and the cold embrace of 1950s America in the shadow of Senator McCarthy. A fascinating and poignant tale.
Half of a Yellow Sun
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie£9.99 £9.49
Half of a Yellow Sun tells the story of the Biafran War, the effect of which is shown through the lives of five different characters. An astonishing and powerful read!
The Power: Now a Major TV Series with Prime Video
Naomi Alderman£9.99 £9.49
The Power is a brilliant and thought-provoking feminist dystopia - suitable for Young Adult readers - in which women develop the power to release electrical volts from their fingers, leading them to become the dominant gender.
Property: Winner of the Women's Prize for Fiction
Valerie Martin£8.99 £8.54