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Naoise Dolan£8.99 £8.36
Ella loved Exciting Times, a dry, witty, and curious dissection of modern love. Ava, newly arrived in Hong Kong from Dublin, is soon forced to navigate a love triangle of which she is at the centre, as well as the complexities of privilege and power in the international social scene of contemporary Hong Kong.
Megan Nolan£14.99 £13.94
A brilliantly readable, funny, and honest novel about obsessive love and a toxic relationship set in Dublin.
Emma Jane Unsworth£8.99 £8.36
Ella loved this book (not least because it is set in Manchester!) about a fraught female friendship between two women whose party days are compromised by an engagement. Funny, fun and very honest.
Lena Andersson£9.99 £9.29
On the day that Ester Nilsson, a poet and a sensible person in a sensible relationship, meets renowned artist Hugo Rask, her rational world begins to unravel. Totally gripping, intelligent, and painful at times.
Sigrid Nunez£8.99 £8.36
Sophie set us all off on Sigrid Nunez and now we're hooked. In the Last of Her Kind, two women become friends at Columbia University in 1968 and make a lifelong impression on each other. This is a clever, political, and moving novel which will stay with you for a long time after the final chapter.
Lisa Taddeo£9.99 £9.29
Totally captivating - Three Women is the real story of the sexual and emotional lives of three different women, told in fiercely brilliant prose with great honesty and empathy. Unputdownable.
Rebecca Watson£12.99 £12.08
As the protagonist narrates the small, forgettable moments of her day – recovering from a hangover, checking Whatsapp messages, eating a packet of hula hoops etc. – we learn of her obsession with the very big life event which she cannot forget. This is a spectacular, powerful, and playful debut.
Eliza Clark£9.99 £9.29
A messy, grimly funny and - at times - unsettling book. Boy Parts by Eliza Clark is a gripping, pitch-black comedy about a photographer from Newcastle on a downward spiral.
Niamh Campbell£8.99 £8.36
A sharp, gripping dissection of a former love affair between a young woman and a married man from an astute and distinctive new voice.
Henry James£6.99 £6.50
Sally Rooney has cited the 19th century novelist as an inspiration and there is certainly some overlap in their style and preoccupations. The Portait of a Lady is an eloquent psychological study of a woman caught in a web of relations - a must-read classic.