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Enter the Grishaverse with book one of the Shadow and Bone Trilogy by number one New York Times-bestselling author, Leigh Bardugo. Perfect for fans of Laini Taylor and Sarah J. Maas.
Now with a stunning new cover and exclusive bonus material: The Demon in the Wood (a Darkling prequel story) and a Q&A with Leigh Bardugo.
'A journey of wonder and imagination' StylistYou are invited to join Zachary on the starless sea: the home of storytellers, story-lovers and those who will protect our stories at all costs.Discover the enchanting, magical new bestseller from the author of The Night CircusWhen Zachary Rawlins stumbles across a strange book hidden in his university library it leads him on a quest unlike any other. Its pages entrance him with their tales of lovelorn prisoners, lost cities and nameless acolytes, but they also contain something impossible: a recollection from his own childhood.Determined to solve the puzzle of the book, Zachary follows the clues he finds on the cover - a bee, a key and a sword. They guide him to a masquerade ball, to a dangerous secret club, and finally through a magical doorway created by the fierce and mysterious Mirabel. This door leads to a subterranean labyrinth filled with stories, hidden far beneath the surface of the earth.When the labyrinth is threatened, Zachary must race with Mirabel, and Dorian, a handsome barefoot man with shifting alliances, through its twisting tunnels and crowded ballrooms, searching for the end of his story.PRAISE FOR THE STARLESS SEA'Enchanting read... an ode to stories and storytelling itself, and the joy of reading' Guardian'Spellbinding' Daily Mirror'A magical mix of quests and fables...beautifully written' Heat
A richly atmospheric contemporary fairy tale about friendship overcoming difference, illustrated by Greenaway Medal nominee Julia Sarda.
Superboy and Robin, the sons of Superman and Batman, take center stage as a reluctant super-team in an all-new series bursting out of the DC Universe Rebirth event! When Robin (Damian Wayne) discovers a connection between a series of mysterious crimes and the aftermath of the bizarre and deadly Amazo Virus, he needs Superboy (Jonathan Kent) to aid in the investigation. But when the duo learn that the teenage Kid Amazo has plans that put the entire Justice League in danger, they need help from an unlikely source: Lex Luthor! Even if the odd couple of young heroes survive Luthor's assistance, they'll have to face a possibly greater threat: the combined forces of Robin's tutor, Alfred Pennyworth, and Superboy's mother, Lois Lane! Acclaimed writer Peter J. Tomasi (Superman) and superstar artist Jorge Jimenez (Earth 2: Society) launch an explosive new generation of adventure in Super Sons Vol. 1, collecting issues #1-5 of the popular series.
Young Robot boy TIM-21 and his companions struggle to stay alive in a universe where all androids have been outlawed and bounty hunters lurk on every planet. Written by award-winning creator, Jeff Lemire, Descender is a rip-roaring and heart-felt cosmic odyssey.
*Soon to be a live-action Netflix series!* Boy meets boy. Boys become friends. Boys fall in love. An LGBTQ+ graphic novel about life, love, and everything that happens in between - for fans of The Art of Being Normal, Holly Bourne and Love, Simon.
A special 42nd anniversary edition of Douglas Adams's mega-selling cult classic, with additional material from the Adams archives.
TWENTY SURVIVORS. ONE HOTEL. ONE KILLER. 'We defy you to pick up The Last and put it back down' Stylist A WATERSTONES THRILLER OF THE MONTH _____________________________THE WORLD AS WE KNOW IT HAS ENDEDYou and nineteen other survivors hole up in an isolated Swiss hotel.You wait, you survive.Then you find the body.One of your number has blood on their hands.The race is on to find the killer...BEFORE THE KILLER FINDS YOU.If you're looking for your next pulse-pounding read to escape to after STATION ELEVEN and CONTAGION, look no further._____________________________'A post-apocalyptic And Then There Were None' Irish Times 'A scarily plausible white-knuckle read' Erin Kelly 'Extraordinary' Emily St John Mandel'Stephen King meets Agatha Christie' Luca Veste'Compulsively readable' Daily Telegraph'Dark, compelling, original' CJ Tudor'One of those books you can't stop reading, but don't want to end' TM Logan'Frighteningly believable' Jennie Melamed _____________________________WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LAST ***** 'It's been a long time since a book gripped me as much as this one' Amazon Reviewer***** 'My mind is still reeling' Goodreads Reviewer***** 'I couldn't recommend this highly enough' Amazon Reviewer ***** 'Combines my favourite things about post-apocalyptic and mystery fiction. I can't recommend it highly enough' Goodreads Reviewer***** 'Brilliant! The writing is fantastic' Amazon Reviewer***** 'I adored it' Goodreads Reviewer
A medieval saga with political intrigue reminiscent of Game of Thrones, The Golden Age is an epic graphic novel duology about utopia and revolution.
Ys, an Atlantis-like city from Celtic legend, is the setting of this mythical graphic novel fantasy from National Book Award winner M. T. Anderson.
Humanity clings to life on a dying Earth. Stefan Advani - rebel, outlaw, prisoner, survivor - bears witness to the desperate struggle for existence between life old and new.
Finalist for the National Book Award 2019 An Observer, Literary Review and Time Book of the Year 'One of the most affecting novels I have read. Subtle, wise and full of humanity' The Times Late one spring night, Driss Guerraoui, a Moroccan immigrant in California, is walking across a darkened intersection when he is killed by a speeding car. The repercussions of his death bring together a diverse cast of characters, deeply divided by race, religion and class. As the characters tell their stories and the mystery unfolds, Driss's family is forced to confront its secrets, a town faces its hypocrisies, and love, in all its messy and unpredictable forms, is born. 'A state-of-America family saga told as a slow-burn detective story' Observer 'Exceptionally rich' Sunday Times 'Confirms Lalami's reputation as one of our most sensitive interrogators, probing at the faultlines in family and the wider world' Financial Times
A joyous, inventive and engaging debut featuring a young academic with the power to bring literary characters out of their books and into the real world - the ultimate book-lover's fantasy
Jo Nesbo, author of the number one bestselling Harry Hole series, is back with a tense and atmospheric thriller about two brothers bound together by dark secrets.When Roy and Carl's parents die suddenly, sixteen-year-old Roy is left as protector to his impulsive younger brother.
Read the inspiring Sunday Times bestselling memoir from the first woman, and woman of colour, to serve as Vice President of the United States.'A life story that genuinely entrances' Los Angeles TimesThe daughter of immigrants and civil rights activists, Vice President Kamala Harris was raised in a California community that cared deeply about social justice. As she rose to prominence as a political leader, her experiences would become her guiding light as she grappled with an array of complex issues and learned to bring a voice to the voiceless.Now, in The Truths We Hold, Harris reckons with the big challenges we face together. Drawing on the hard-won wisdom and insight from her own career and the work of those who have most inspired her, she communicates a vision of shared struggle, shared purpose, and shared values as we confront the great work of our day.'Personal integrity shines through every page' Observer
A Guardian Best Book of the 21st CenturyThe powerful second memoir from the twice-Man Booker Prize-shortlisted author of Hot Milk and Swimming Home'Life falls apart. We try to get a grip and hold it together. And then we realise we don't want to hold it together . . .' 'At the age of 50 and after decades of north London family-making, Levy finds herself cast adrift from her marriage and, crucially, without any desire to swim back. It is the story of every woman throughout history who has expended her love and labour on making a home that turns out to serve the needs of everyone except herself. Wonderful. Not so much a memoir as an eloquent manifesto for what Levy calls "a new way of living" ' Guardian'Wise, subtle and ironic, Levy's every sentence is a masterpiece of clarity and poise . . . a brilliant writer' Daily Telegraph 'A graceful and lyrical rumination on the questions, "What is a woman for? What should a woman be?" ' Tatler'I can't think of any writer aside from Virginia Woolf who writes better about what it is to be a woman' Observer'Extraordinary and beautiful, suffused with wit and razor sharp insights' Financial Times'A heady, absorbing read' Evening Standard
The fourth novel from the phenomenally talented Alice Oseman, author of Solitaire and the graphic novel series Heartstopper - soon to be a major Netflix series.
The NYT-bestselling gothic horror about cultural identity, the price of tradition and revenge for fans of Adam Nevill's The Ritual.