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Top 10 Fiction
- Britain has lost the Falklands war, Margaret Thatcher battles Tony Benn for power and Alan Turing achieves a breakthrough in artificial intelligence. In a world not quite like this one, two lovers will be tested beyond their understanding. Machines Like Me occurs in an alternative 1980s London. Charlie, drifting through life and dodging full-time e...
- Posy Montague is approaching her seventieth birthday. Still living in her beautiful family home, Admiral House, set in the glorious Suffolk countryside where she spent her own idyllic childhood catching butterflies with her beloved father, and raised her own children, Posy knows she must make an agonising decision.
- Set 300 years before the events in A Song of Ice and Fire, Fire and Blood is the definitive history of the Targaryens in Westeros as told by Archmaester Gyldayn, and chronicles the conquest that united the Seven Kingdoms under Targaryen rule through the Dance of the Dragons: the Targaryen civil war that nearly ended their dynasty forever.
- The eighth novel in James S. A. Corey's New York Times bestselling science fiction series, the Expanse - now a major TV series
- A creative call to arms from the mind of Neil Gaiman, combining his extraordinary words with deft and striking illustrations by Chris Riddell. Art Matters will inspire its readers to seize the day in the name of art.
- A remarkable celebration of Sacks's varied interests, told with his characteristic compassion and erudition, and in his luminous prose.
- The much-anticipated new novel from the internationally acclaimed, bestselling author of '1Q84' and 'Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage', 'Killing Commendatore' is an epic tour de force of love and loneliness, war and art - as well as a loving homage to 'The Great Gatsby' - and a stunning work of imagination from one of our greatest writers.
- 50th ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL EDITION.As a young man and a prisoner of war, Kurt Vonnegut witnessed the 1945 US fire-bombing of Dresden in Germany, which reduced the once proudly beautiful city to rubble and claimed the lives of thousands of its citizens.
- 'I wonder if it hurts them to shed their skins,' she said. She didn't feel afraid standing in the darkness, imagining snakes, even with the smell of death in the air.Bea and Dan, recently married, rent out their tiny flat to escape London for a few precious months. Driving through France they visit Bea's dropout brother Alex at the hotel he runs in...