Nikesh Shukla£16.98 £15.79
I am looking forward to my memoir coming out mostly because I gave it everything I have and it's a special book and it was supposed to come out September 2020. Happy to say goodbye to it. But only if you buy it.
Sonia Faleiro£16.98 £15.79
Sonia Faleiro's journalism is nothing short of forensic and this investigation into the disappearance of two girls is a masterful exploration of sexism and patriarchy.
Niven Govinden£14.99 £13.94
A beautiful ode to the creation of art, queer love and storytellers by a masterful novelist.
Huma Qureshi£12.99 £12.08
A warm and heartbreaking memoir about love and grief and finding yourself.
CHARLES YU£12.99 £12.08
So funny and out there and prescient and skewering (I love the word skewering, spot it in other write ups).
Raven Leilani£14.99 £13.94
Skewering. (Ha, told you). A hilarious series of fragments about now, about love, now, about mental health and listlessness and modern families.
Leah Cowan£9.99 £9.29
A statement. A powerful statement about who gets to move and who gets to put borders in front of them.
Craig Taylor£25.00 £23.25
The follow up to Taylor's Londoners, is as warm and insightful and vignettey as its predecessor.
Kehinde Andrews£20.00 £18.60
Professor Andrews never misses. And this is a compelling account of European Empires and the cost of their plunder.
Sathnam Sanghera£18.98 £17.65
Another book about empire, this looks at the legacy of empire in the UK and forces us to have an honest conversation.
Musa Okwonga£8.99 £8.36
An honest and unflinching memoir about Eton that seeks to show us how those who control us are made and incubated and given permission.
Olivia Sudjic£14.99 £13.94
Sudjic's first novel, Sympathy was brilliant on obsession. This looks just as good as a couple deals with the past as they make a journey to redemption.
Yaa Gyasi£14.99 £13.94
About grief and the opiod crisis and legacy and heritage and everything inbetween.
Hafsa Zayyan£14.99 £13.94
Flitting between Uganda in the 60s and now, this explores family and migration and London and the things we do to keep our families together.
Courttia Newland£16.98 £15.79
Superb tour de force of speculative fiction about the Ark and its occupants trying to survive. This is an allegory about social inequality that stays with you.
Salena Godden£14.99 £13.94
True to Godden's voice, this debut novel is a poetic tour de force of voice, mischievous and experimental, rhythmic and powerful.
James Smythe£8.99 £8.36
Finally! Part 3 of the Anomaly Quartet, a brilliant claustrophobic sci-fi thriller about time and memory and regret. Tense and taut.
Anita Sethi£16.98 £15.79
A powerful memoir about nature and belonging and racism and Britishness, as Anita Sethi undertakes a journey to reclaim her space in Britain following a terrifying hate crime on public transport.
Saima Mir£14.99 £13.94
Blisteringly compelling crime fiction. The Godfather in Bradford.