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                      • Mrs Caliban (Faber Editions)

                        Mrs Caliban (Faber Editions)

                        Rachel Ingalls, Irenosen Okojie
                        9780571367986
                        Paperback
                        128
                        The amphibious cult classic: a magical tale of a suburban housewife's affair with a frogman ...'Still outpaces, out-weirds, and out-romances anything today.' Marlon James''Genius ... A broadcast from a stranger and more dazzling dimension.' Patricia Lockwood‘So curiously right, so romantically obverse, that it creates its own terrible, brilliant reality.' Sarah Hall'A feminist masterpiece: tender, erotic, singular.' Carmen Maria Machado'A devastating fable of mythic proportions ... Wondrously peculiar.' Irenosen Okojie (foreword)'Genius ... Like Revolutionary Road written by Franz Kafka ... Exquisite.' The Times'Perfect.' Max PorterDorothy is a grieving housewife in the Californian suburbs; her husband is unfaithful, but they are too unhappy to get a divorce. One day, she is doing chores when she hears strange voices on the radio announcing that a green-skinned sea monster has escaped from the Institute for Oceanographic Research – but little does she expect him to arrive in her kitchen. Muscular, vegetarian, sexually magnetic, Larry the frogman is a revelation – and their passionate affair takes them on a journey beyond their wildest dreams ... Rachel Ingalls’s Mrs Caliban is a bittersweet fable, a subversive fairy tale, as magical today as it was four decades ago 'A miracle … A perfect novel.’ New Yorker'Every one of its 125 pages is perfect ... Clear a Saturday, please, and read it in a single sitting.' Harper'sWhat Readers Are Saying:'Maybe the most gorgeous, lyrical book ever written'*****'A fantastic wee novel, strange and brilliant, and absolutely the inspiration for The Shape of Water.'*****'Wonderful, sharp minimal prose offers big truths. Superb - brilliant, in fact.'*****'Absolutely incredible. It's weird, funny, and heartbreaking, like a Richard Yates novel except with lizardman sex.'*****'One of the best tongue-in-cheek social satires that I’ve ever read. It delves into gender politics. It takes a long, hard look at mental health. It addresses female sexual freedom and agency. It asks the reader to examine what it means to be human ... Genius.'*****'Really brilliant: a deconstruction of suburbia by way of monster movies that examines sad realities with hilarious verve ... Sometimes you need a sexy frog person to break you out of the ties that bind. '*****'Hooked me so deeply I picked it up and finished it the same night ... Beautiful ... Will stay with me.'*****'What the hell just happened?'*****
                      • Klopp

                        Klopp

                        Anthony Quinn
                        9780571364978
                        Paperback
                        208
                        ‘Immensely readable.’ Observer‘Delightful.’ Mail on Sunday‘Highly enjoyable.’ Guardian‘Informative and emotive.’ This Is Anfield'A love letter to the great man himself.’ The TimesIn the first book by a British writer about this extraordinary football manager, lifelong Liverpool fan Anthony Quinn has crafted a memorable love letter to Jürgen Klopp. Taking in all the drama of LFC’s disrupted, but ultimately triumphant, 2019–20 season, it offers unique insight into one of football’s most charismatic figures.‘Klopp isn’t just for Liverpool, Quinn writes in his final pages. He is for all of us. I reckon this book can be too.’ Hannah Jane Parkinson, Observer‘Klopp has worked his way into Liverpool’s big sentimental heart like a German love bomb. And Quinn couldn’t resist writing an ode, an unabashed fan’s note: to Klopp and his boyhood city and the ghost of Shankly.’ Irish Times
                      • The Plot

                        The Plot

                        Jean Hanff Korelitz
                        9780571368099
                        Paperback
                        336
                        From the author of The Undoing'Remarkable.' Stephen King'Breathtakingly suspenseful.' Megan Abbott'Smart, surprising and stealthily unsettling.' The TimesWhen a young writer dies before completing his first novel, his teacher, Jake, (himself a failed novelist) helps himself to its plot. The resulting book is a phenomenal success. But what if somebody out there knows?Somebody does. And if Jake can’t figure out who he’s dealing with, he risks something far worse than the loss of his career.What readers are saying'It builds to a legitimately great ending that I may never forget. Highly recommended.''This book is thrilling, exciting and totally nerve-racking! It definitely had me on the edge of my seat and reading well past my bedtime.''Addictive . . . I read it quickly without coming up much for air.''Wow! This book blew me away- I read it so fast and the ending is so good! No spoilers- just read it.''I was pleasantly surprised to find that the best plot ever really is THAT good.'
                      • How to Fly

                        How to Fly

                        Barbara Kingsolver
                        9780571359905
                        Paperback
                        120
                        This edition gathers together Barbara Kingsolver's vibrant and various poems, revealing an intimate side to her creative practice as yet unseen. Almost resembling a Collected or Selected Poems, the book is divided into thematically linked sections: a series of ‘How to’ poems that smartly balance tongue-in-cheek guides with revelatory wisdom; a complicated family pilgrimage to Italy; cherished childhood memories; the perils and pleasures of being a [female] writer; elegies to lost loved ones; and elegies to the planet. Sharing the natural fluidity and compassionate humanity of her prose, How to Fly will both delight Kingsolver's devoted readership and welcome a host of new readers to her luminous poetry.

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                      • Wow, No Thank You.

                        Wow, No Thank You.

                        Samantha Irby
                        9780571359264
                        Paperback
                        336
                        THE NUMBER ONE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER'Irby might be our great bard of quarantine.' New York Times'SO funny. Samantha Irby makes staying in feel like like a luxury, and reminds you that going out is actually quite annoying. I laughed out loud so much reading this -- I honestly couldn't be more in awe of her.' Sara PascoeStaring down the barrel of her fortieth year, Samantha Irby is confronting the ways her life has changed since the days she could work a full 11 hour shift on 4 hours of sleep, change her shoes and put mascara on in the back of a moving cab and go from drinks to dinner to the club without a second thought. Recently, things are more 'Girls Gone Mild.' In Wow, No Thank You Irby discusses the actual nightmare of living in a rural idyll, weighs in on body negativity (loving yourself is a full-time job with shitty benefits) and poses the essential question: Sure sex is fun but have you ever googled a popular meme?'Samantha Irby is the king of sparkling misanthropy and tender, loving dread.' Jia Tolentino'A laugh. A fart. A snort. Or some combination thereof. Be prepared to totally lose control of the noises that come out of your body while reading the latest essay collection from humor writer Samantha Irby.' Bustle'The only writer who can make me laugh with abandon in public... Her signature irreverence is intact, of course, but it can't mask the heart she leaves bleeding on the page.' Elle'Samantha Irby is hilarious... Nothing is off limits and I love it.' Candice Carty-Williams
                      • Voyage of the Sparrowhawk

                        Voyage of the Sparrowhawk

                        Natasha Farrant
                        9780571348763
                        Paperback
                        368
                        WINNER – COSTA CHILDREN'S BOOK AWARDTHE TIMES AND SUNDAY TIMES CHILDREN'S BOOK OF THE YEARThe second sensational middle-grade standalone that follows an epic voyage from England to France in the aftermath of WW1, from the bestselling author of The Children of Castle Rock.In the aftermath of World War One, everyone is trying to rebuild their lives. If Ben is to avoid being sent back to the orphanage, he needs to find his brother Sam, wounded in action and is now missing. Lotti’s horrible aunt and uncle want to send her away to boarding-school (when she has just so successfully managed to get expelled from her last one!). And Clara, their young teacher, is waiting for news of her missing fiancé . . .Just as they think they’ve found their feet in the new order, disaster strikes, and Lotti and Ben must get away. And so they hatch a plan – to cross the Channel on Ben’s narrowboat and find Sam. And there's something in France that Lotti is looking for, too . . . Buffeted by storms, chased by the police, Lotti, Ben, Clara and a growing number of dogs set out on an epic journey, on the search for lost loved ones and a place to call home.'One of the most compelling, joyous, tearjerking and delightful reads of the year.' The Sunday Times, Children's Book of the Week'Empowering, rollicking, wistful and joyful.' Hilary McKay, author of The Skylarks' War'Magnificent odyssey . . . a rich and rewarding read . . . it deserves prizes.' New Statesman'A wonderful adventure.' Piers Torday, author of The Frozen Sea'Fast-paced and fascinating.' BookTrust‘Compelling.’ The Scotsman‘Wonderful.’ The Week Junior‘Impossible to put down.’ LoveReading4Kids‘Exciting adventure.’ Just Imagine‘Highly recommended.’ Books for Keeps
                      • The Discomfort of Evening

                        The Discomfort of Evening

                        Marieke Lucas Rijneveld
                        9780571349371
                        Paperback
                        288
                        *WINNER OF THE BOOKER INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 2020**ONE OF THE GUARDIAN'S BEST BOOKS OF 2020**A NYT CRITICS’ TOP BOOK OF 2020*'One of the best debut novels I have ever read. Shockingly good ... A classic.' Max Porter'Haunting . . . reminded me a lot of Iain Bank. It's incredible that it's a debut.' Douglas StuartThe sensational Dutch bestseller:'Exceptional' (Financial Times)'Exhilarating' (Independent)'Luminous' (Observer)'Beautifully wild' (Guardian)'An earthy and irreverent new voice, thrillingly uninhibited' (New York Times)I asked God if he please couldn’t take my brother Matthies instead of my rabbit. ‘Amen.’ Ten-year-old Jas has a unique way of experiencing her universe: the feeling of udder ointment on her skin as protection against harsh winters; the texture of green warts, like capers, on migrating toads; the sound of 'blush words' that aren't in the Bible. But when a tragic accident ruptures the family, her curiosity warps into a vortex of increasingly disturbing fantasies – unlocking a darkness that threatens to derail them all.A bestselling sensation in the Netherlands, Marieke Lucas Rijneveld's radical debut novel is studded with images of wild, violent beauty: a world of language unlike any other, exquisitely captured in Michele Hutchison's translation.'THE MOST TALKED ABOUT DEBUT NOVEL OF 2020 ALREADY' [Dazed & Confused]ONE OF VOGUE'S TOP FIVE DEBUTS OF 2020ONE OF THE OBSERVER'S HIGHLIGHTS OF 2020ONE OF THE GUARDIAN'S TOP TEN BEST NEW BOOKS IN TRANSLATION
                      • Love After Love

                        Love After Love

                        Ingrid Persaud
                        9780571356225
                        Paperback
                        416
                        *WINNER OF THE COSTA FIRST NOVEL AWARD 2020**LONGLISTED FOR THE OCM BOCAS PRIZE*AS SEEN ON BBC'S BETWEEN THE COVERSONE OF STYLIST'S BEST NEW BOOKS FOR 2020'A beautiful book. I adored it.' RICHARD OSMAN'Full of wit and soul.' TRACY CHEVALIER'Unforgettable' MARLON JAMES'It made me ugly cry' JESSIE BURTON'Glorious' RACHEL JOYCE'Spellbinding' ANDRé ACIMANMeet the Ramdin-Chetan family: forged through loneliness, broken by secrets, saved by love.Irrepressible Betty Ramdin, her shy son Solo and their marvellous lodger, Mr Chetan, form an unconventional household. Happy in their differences, they build a home together. Home: the place keeping these three safe from an increasingly dangerous world – until the night when a glass of rum, a heart to heart and a terrible truth explodes the family unit, driving them apart. Brave and brilliant, steeped in affection, Love After Love offers hope to anyone who has loved and lost and has yet to find their way back.
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