Brit Lit for your February TBR lists
The Crow Folk: The Witches of Woodville 1
The Divines: A razor-sharp, perfectly twisted debut
Before I Saw You: A joyful read asking 'can you fall in love...
Insatiable: 'A frank, funny account of 21st-century lust'...
Light Perpetual: 'Heartbreaking . . . a boundlessly rich...
Francis (author) Spufford
A Net for Small Fishes
Bridget Jones's Diary (And Other Writing): 25th Anniversary...
Last One at the Party: Her new life began at the end of the...
The One Hundred Years of Lenni and Margot: The new and...
Here Comes the Miracle: Shortlisted for the 2021 Sunday Times...
Raceless: In Search of Family, Identity, and the Truth About...
Life Lessons On Friendship: 13 Honest Tales of the Most...
Me, My Dad and the End of the Rainbow: The most joyful book...
Benjamin Dean and Sandhya Prabhat
Tamzin Merchant and Paola Escobar
How To Change Everything
Rebecca Stefoff and Naomi Klein
How to Heal a Broken Heart: From Rock Bottom to Reinvention...
Aftershocks: Dispatches from the Frontlines of Identity
Brown Baby: A Memoir of Race, Family and Home
Just Friends: A hilarious and heart-warming friends-to-lovers...
Married at First Swipe: The most hilarious and heart-warming...
Jane Austen's Best Friend: The Life and Influence of Martha...
The Panic Years: 'Every millennial woman should have this on...
The End of the Road: A Journey Around Britain in Search of...
Call Me Mummy: the #1 ebook bestseller
All The Lonely People: From the Richard and Judy bestselling...