The *new* novel from the internationally bestselling author of Normal People. 'The literary phenomenon of the decade.' - Guardian'The best novel published this year.' - The Times'Quite astonishing.' - Independent'The most enjoyabl
On an early autumn day like any other Miles Avery drives his wife, Jacqueline, to the train station. Jacqueline gets out of the car, picks up her overnight bag, and turns towards the platforms. This is the last anyone sees of her.
What if you picked up the wrong suitcase at the airport and fell in love with the contents? From the New York Times bestselling author of This Time Next Year comes a gorgeously romantic story of two people brought together in the…
A brilliant debut from a neurodiverse author that explores a young woman's magical, sensitive, and passionate inner world. A young woman gets ready to go to a party. She arrives, feels overwhelmed, leaves, and then returns.
'The funniest book I've read in ages. Savage but compelling' Ian Rankin''Funny, rumbustious, unstinting and wonderfully Hogarthian' The Observer'His relish is infectious' Times _____________________________What a thing of wonder a
Mr Palomar is a delightful eccentric whose chief activity is looking at things. He is seeking knowledge; 'it is only after you have come to know the surface of things that you can venture to seek what is underneath'. Whether conte
A Dickensian tale of two young boys from opposite sides of the track who form a bond of brotherhood and friendship as they survive the streets of Lagos. The Street Hawker's Apprentice is an exquisite literary debut, and one of the
'In Jennifer Makumbi, we have a giant of literature living among us.' Peter Kalu, Jhalak Prize Judge'Jennifer Makumbi is a genius storyteller.' Reni Eddo-LodgeA SUNDAY TIMES, OBSERVER, DAILY MAIL, BBC CULTURE & IRISH INDEPENDENT B