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'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).
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.
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.
Saima Mir£14.99 £13.94
Blisteringly compelling crime fiction. The Godfather in Bradford.