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Recommended books for Yuletide 2016!

The best of 2016 - over three hundred of our top recommendations for seasonal gifts!

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The King of Christmas - by Carol Ann Duffy, illustrated by Lara Hawthorne - £6.99
On a frosty winter evening, the Baron watches the snow fall. He is bored and worried. It will soon be Christmas and everything is too quiet. What can he do to bring excitement to the Manor? His wife, the Baroness, has an idea: he can appoint a King o ... more

Thatcher Stole My Trousers - by Alexei Sayle - £8.99
'What I brought to comedy was an authentic working-class voice plus a threat of genuine violence - nobody in Monty Python looked like a hard case who'd kick your head in.'  In 1971 comedians on the working men's club circuit imagined that they wo ... more

Hope in the Dark: Untold Histories, Wild Possibilities - by Rebecca Solnit - £9.99
At a time when political, environmental and social gloom can seem overpowering, this remarkable work offers a lucid, affirmative and well-argued case for hope.   This exquisite work traces a history of activism and social change over the past ... more

111 Places in Liverpool That You Shouldn't Miss - by Julian Treuherz and Peter de Figueiredo - £12.99
Liverpool's unique history as an international port and a cultural melting pot has given it a character all its own. The city has produced music that conquered the world and is home to more historic buildings than any other British metropolis outside ... more

Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World - by Rachel Ignotofsky - £16.99
A charmingly illustrated and educational book, Women in Science highlights the contributions of fifty notable women to the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) from the ancient to the modern world.  Full of striking ... more

The Brexit Survival Activity Book - by Wayne Kerr - £7.99
The perfect Secret Santa gift for the colleague who needs support through Brexit. A timely parody - if you don't laugh, you'll only cry!   Welcome to the world of Brexit, the not-so-United Kingdom where the people at the top have no bloody clu ... more

Red Rosa: A Graphic Biography of Rosa Luxemburg - by Kate Evans, edited by Paul Buhle - £11.99
A graphic novel of the dramatic life and death of German revolutionary Rosa Luxemburg.  A giant of the political left, Rosa Luxemburg is one of the foremost minds in the canon of revolutionary socialist thought. But she was much more than just ... more

1916: Ireland's Revolutionary Tradition - by Kieran Allen - £12.99
A few minutes after noon on the 24th April, 1916, Patrick Pearse stepped outside the newly occupied GPO on Sackville Street with a copy of the Proclamation of the Irish Republic. Reading aloud, he declared a strike for Irish freedom against the world ... more

The Road to Little Dribbling: More Notes from a Small Island - by Bill Bryson - £8.99
Twenty years ago, Bill Bryson went on a trip around Britain to celebrate the green and kindly island that had become his adopted country. The hilarious book that resulted, Notes from a Small Island, was taken to the nations heart and became the best ... more

The Pie at Night: In Search of the North at Play - by Stuart Maconie - £7.99
Factory, mine and mill. Industry, toil and grime. Its manufacturing roots mean we still see the North of England as a hardworking place. But, more than possibly anywhere else, the North has always known how to get dressed up, take itself out on the t ... more

The Quiet Music of Gently Falling Snow - by Jackie Morris - £25.00
"The words of this book tell only a small part of what can be found in the images; a harbour in which to rest, a catalyst for the imagination."(Jackie Morris) A collection of twelve illustrated folk tales, or lullabies for grown-ups, set in a dist ... more

The Book Lover's Treasury of Quotations: An Inspired Collection on Reading, Writing and Literature - by Jo Brielyn - £9.99
Rich with meaningful quotes, heartfelt humor and witty one-liners, The Book Lover's Treasury of Quotations brings together the best and brightest to speak on all that books have to offer.   Whether it s their ability to transport us to exciti ... more

If This is A Woman: Inside Ravensbruck: Hitler's Concentration Camp for Women - by Sarah Helm - £10.99
The compelling story of the only concentration camp for women by the acclaimed author of A Life in Secrets. On a sunny morning in May 1939 a phalanx of 800 women - housewives, doctors, opera singers, politicians, prostitutes - were marched through ... more

61 Minutes in Munich: The Story of Liverpool FC's First Black Footballer - by Howard Gayle - £16.99
In April 1981, Howard Gayle was summoned from the substitutes’ bench and sent on to play for Liverpool in the second leg of a European Cup semi-final at German champions Bayern Munich.   The previous October, by filling the same role at Manc ... more

Cormorance - by Nick Hayes - £18.99
A girl, a boy and a deserted reservoir.   Cormorance is a story of fear, bravery and the redemptive force of connecting with the natural world.  A wordless, purely visual story, it is – like any work by the award-winning Nick Hayes – ... more

Gods of the Morning: A Bird's Eye View of a Highland Year - by John Lister-Kaye - £9.99
For more than three decades, John Lister-Kaye has been enraptured by the spectacular seasonal metamorphosis at Aigas, the world-renowned Highlands field centre. Over the years, the glen's wildlife has come to infiltrate his soul, whether it is a warb ... more

Policing the Planet: Why the Policing Crisis Led to Black Lives Matter - by Jordan T. Camp and Christina Heatherton (Editors) - £12.99
"A major work... I couldnt think of a more compelling and timely work such as this."(Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture) Combining firsthand accounts from activists with the research of scholars ... more

Where's Warhol? - by Catherine Ingram, illustrated by Andrew Rae - £9.95
Andy Warhol – Top of the Pops, devout Catholic, silver-wig wearer and now the star of Where’s Warhol?   Spot Warhol in the corridors of the Bauhaus or the Sistine Chapel as he and his famous friends pop up in 12 spectacles of art hist ... more

Finding Home: The Real Stories of Migrant Britain - by Emily Dugan - £8.99
Award-winning reporter Emily Dugan�s Finding Home follows the tumultuous lives of a group of immigrants, all facing intense challenges in their quest to live in the UK.   Syrian refugee Emad set up the Free Syrian League and worked illegally in ... more

Who Cooked Adam Smith's Dinner? A Story About Women and Economics - by Katrine Maral - £8.99
It is not from the benevolence of the butcher, the brewer, or the baker, that we can expect our dinner, but from their regard to their own interest. When Adam Smith wrote that all our actions stem from self-interest and the world turns because of ... more

Lean Out - by Dawn Foster - £8.99
A Guardian Politics and Social Affairs Columnist Urges Women to Lean Out If 1% Are Leaning In, What are the Other 99% Supposed to Do?  The backlash against Sheryl Sandbergs business advice book, Lean In, began before it was even publish ... more

Reasons to Stay Alive - by Matt Haig - £9.99
What does it mean to feel truly alive?   Aged 24, Matt Haig's world caved in. He could see no way to go on living. This is the true story of how he came through crisis, triumphed over an illness that almost destroyed him and learned to live again. ... more

The Celts - by Alice Roberts - £9.99
The Celts are one of the world's most mysterious ancient people. In this compelling account, Alice Roberts takes us on a journey across Europe, uncovering the truth about this engimatic tribe: their origins, their treasure and their enduring legacy t ... more

Buy Me the Sky: The Remarkable Truth of China's One-Child Generations - by Xinran - £8.99
With journalistic acumen and a novelist's flair, Xinran tells the remarkable stories of men and women born in China after 1979 - the recent generations raised under China's single-child policy.   At a time when the country continues to transf ... more

Fucking Apostrophes - by Simon Griffin - £6.99
Apostrophes are a pain. The rules about how to use them are complicated, and have evolved haphazardly. Originally written as advice by a copywriter for designers – wont to insert and remove apostrophes at will, for visual effect – this is a light ... more

Neurotribes: The Legacy of Autism and How to Think Smarter About People Who Think Differently - by Steve Silberman - £9.99
A groundbreaking book that upends conventional thinking about autism and suggests a broader model for acceptance, understanding, and full participation in society for people who think differently. Longlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-F ... more

The Great Divide - by Joseph E. Stiglitz - £10.99
Why has inequality increased in the Western world - and what can we do about it? In The Great Divide, Joseph E. Stiglitz expands on the diagnosis he offered in his best-selling book The Price of Inequality and suggests ways to counter this growing pr ... more

Bill Bailey's Remarkable Guide to British Birds - by Bill Bailey - £20.00
A humorous and very personal guide written by Bill Bailey about his favourite British birds, complete with drawings, notes and cartoons by the comedian himself.  'When herons are spooked they have a habit of vomiting as a defence. Half-digest ... more

Five on Brexit Island - by Bruno Vincent - £7.99
Enid Blyton's books are beloved the world over and The Famous Five have been the perennial favourite of her fans. Now, in this new series of Enid Blyton for Grown-Ups, can George, Dick, Anne, Julian and Timmy survive the ultimate test of their friend ... more

Five Go Gluten-Free - by Bruno Vincent - £7.99
Enid Blyton's books are beloved the world over and The Famous Five have been the perennial favourite of her fans. Now, in this new series of Enid Blyton for Grown-Ups, George, Dick, Anne, Julian and Timmy confront a new challenge: is it possible to g ... more

Five Go on a Strategy Away Day - by Bruno Vincent - £7.99
Enid Blyton's books are beloved the world over and The Famous Five have been the perennial favourite of her fans. Now, in this new series of Enid Blyton for Grown-Ups, George, Dick, Anne, Julian and Timmy confront a new challenge: what exactly is thi ... more

Five Go Parenting - by Bruno Vincent - £7.99
Enid Blyton's books are beloved the world over and The Famous Five have been the perennial favourite of her fans. Now, in this new series of Enid Blyton for Grown-Ups, George, Dick, Anne, Julian and Timmy confront possibly their toughest challenge ye ... more

Gardening and Planting by the Moon 2017 - by W Foulsham & Co Ltd - £8.99
You won't have to get up in the middle of the night to sow your carrots! Country folk know that planning their work in harmony with the rhythms of the moon produces better crops. It's that easy. They get higher yields and better flavour in vegetables ... more

A Little, Aloud with Love: Prose and poetry for reading aloud to someone you love - by Angela Macmillan (Editor) - £12.99
"O tell me the truth about love."(W.H. Auden) Many of the most popular works in the English language celebrate love in all its forms: that heady first flush, the agony of heartbreak, joyful reunions, the love of a parent for a child... And wha ... more

Tweet of the Day: A Year of Britain's Birds from the Acclaimed Radio 4 Series - by Brett Westwood and Stephen Moss - £10.99
A beautiful and imaginative guide for the armchair naturalist that everyone will want to own.� Imagine a jazz musician, improvising on a theme. Then imagine that he is able to play half a dozen instruments - not one after another, but almost simul ... more

Cast Away: Stories of Survival from Europe's Refugee Crisis - by Charlotte McDonald-Gibson - £14.99
Riot police patrol the borders, bodies of drowned children wash up on holiday beaches, a humanitarian disaster unfolds in refugee settlements: this is the European Union today. But how did a bloc that was founded on the values of human rights and dig ... more

The 'I Used to Know That' Activity Book: Stuff You Forgot from School - by Caroline Taggart - £9.99
Dust off those cerebral filing cabinets and remind yourself of all those facts you really should know! From pi and Pythagoras to presidents and popes, prime ministers to prime numbers, literature to litmus tests, there is so much information from our ... more

War - by Janne Teller - £9.99
Endorsed by Amnesty International.  Imagine if war broke out – not in Iraq or Afghanistan, somewhere far far away, but here, in our country. In War, Janne Teller embarks on a thought-provoking experiment: by simply turning the current cris ... more

'Twas the Fight Before Christmas: A Parody - by Josie Lloyd and Emlyn Rees - £9.99
From the creators of the bestselling parodies We're Going on a Bar Hunt, The Very Hungover Caterpillar and The Teenager Who Came to Tea comes an uproariously funny update of the traditional Christmas Eve classic - that all the family can enjoy. &nbs ... more

The House of Hidden Mothers - by Meera Syal - £8.99
How far would you go to get the life you can't have?   Shyama, aged forty-eight, has fallen for a younger man. They want a child together.   Meanwhile, in a rural village in India, young Mala, trapped in an oppressive marriage, dreams o ... more

Because We Say So - by Noam Chomsky - £9.99
Because We Say So is Noam Chomsky's essential counter punch to American hegemony.   In 1962, the eminent statesman Dean Acheson enunciated a principle that has dominated global politics ever since: that no legal issue arises when the United States ... more

Forces of Nature - by Professor Brian Cox and Andrew Cohen - £25.00
A breathtaking and beautiful exploration of our planet, this groundbreaking book accompanies the new BBC One TV series, providing the deepest answers to the simplest questions.  What is motion? Why is every snowflake different? Why is life ... more

Shooting Hipsters: Rethinking Dissent in the Age of PR - by Christiana Spens - £8.99
In an age of PR, public protest and other forms of dissent have lost their meaning and impact. The intense media interest in rioting and political violence, as well as an existing obsession with youth culture, have led to an over-saturation and misre ... more

Dirt Road - by James Kelman - £16.99
'The truth is he didn't care how long he was going away. Forever would have suited him. It didn't matter it was America.' Murdo, a teenager obsessed with music, wishes for a life beyond the constraints of his Scottish island home and dreams of be ... more

Your Chinese Horoscope 2017: What the Year of the Rooster Holds in Store for You - by Neil Somerville - £8.99
The year 2017 is the Chinese Year of the Rooster – what will this mean for you? This complete guide contains all the predictions you will need to take you into the year ahead – an interesting year offering scope, awareness and much possibility. ... more

Every Time a Friend Succeeds Something Inside Me Dies: The Life of Gore Vidal - by Jay Parini - £10.99
The definitive biography of one of the twentieth century's foremost thinkers and writers.  An intimate yet frank biography of Gore Vidal, one of the most accomplished, visible and controversial American novelists and cultural figures of the p ... more

Shylock is My Name: The Merchant of Venice Retold - by Howard Jacobson - £8.99
Winner of the Booker Prize AS SEEN ON BBC IMAGINE   �Who is this guy, Dad? What is he doing here?�  With an absent wife and a daughter going off the rails, wealthy art collector and philanthropist Simon Strulovitch is in need of someone ... more

Rebel Crossings: New Women, Free Lovers and Radicals in Britain and the United States - by Sheila Rowbotham - £25.00
Sheila Rowbotham's Rebel Crossings tells the transatlantic story of six radical pioneers at the turn of the twentieth century. Radicalised by the rise of socialism, Helena Born, Miriam Daniell, Gertrude Dix, Robert Nicol and William Bailie cross the ... more

The Goddess Revolution: Make Peace with Food, Love Your Body and Reclaim Your Life - by Mel Wells - £10.99
If you've ever struggled with diets, food, body image or your weight, then The Goddess Revolution is your new handbook for life. Imagine how much you would fall in love with your life again if you weren't so consumed by negative thoughts about food, ... more

Reckless - by Chrissie Hynde - £8.99
By the time she was 14, Chrissie Hynde knew she had to get out of Akron, Ohio. Her perfect 50s American childhood upturned by a newly acquired taste for rock n roll, motorbikes and the get down boys seen at gigs in and around Cleveland Mitch R ... more

OMFG! Why Parents Should (Still) Never Text! - by Oscar Harris - £5.99
Everyone knows that when parents get hold of a mobile phone the results are never good. Despite all their age and wisdom, they can never seem to get the art of texting quite right. Amidst awkward autocorrect fails and misunderstood acronyms, you can ... more

Unfaithful Music and Disappearing Ink - by Elvis Costello - £12.99
Unfaithful Music and Disappearing Ink is the long-awaited memoir from Elvis Costello, one of rock and roll's most iconic stars.   Born Declan Patrick MacManus, Elvis Costello was raised in London and Liverpool, grandson of a trumpet player on ... more

A Portable Shelter - by Kirsty Logan - £8.99
In their tiny, sea-beaten cottage on the north coast of Scotland, Liska and Ruth await the birth of their first child.   Each passes the time by telling the baby stories, trying to pass on the lessons they’ve learned: tales of circuses and s ... more

Poetry Please: The Seasons - by Various Poets - £8.99
This new anthology of poems, favourites from the nation's longest-running and best-loved request programme for verse, moves with the seasons, following the turning year from John Clare's 'pale splendour of the winter sun' to John Keats's 'Season of m ... more

Women Who Read are Dangerous - by Stefan Bollmann - £14.99
What is it about a woman reading that has captivated hundreds of artists over the centuries? Stefan Bollmanns Women Who Read Are Dangerous explores this popular subject in more than 70 artworks drawings, paintings, photographs, and printsby iconi ... more

M Train - by Patti Smith - £9.99
M Train begins in the tiny Greenwich Village caf� where Smith goes every morning for black coffee, ruminates on the world as it is and the world as it was, and writes in her notebook. Through prose that shifts fluidly between dreams and reality, pa ... more

The Sympathizer - by Viet Thanh Nguyen - £8.99
A profound, startling, and beautifully crafted debut novel, The Sympathizer is the story of a man of two minds, offering a unique perspective on the Vietnam war. Destined to become a modern classic.   WINNER OF THE PULITZER PRIZE FOR FICTION 2016 ... more

Fortress Europe: Inside the War Against Immigration - by Matthew Carr - £9.99
When the Berlin Wall crumbled in 1989, a euphoric continent hailed the advent of a new borderless Europe in which such barriers would become obsolete. More than twenty-five years later, in the midst of the continents worst refugee crisis since Wor ... more

A Feminist Manifesto for Education - by Miriam E. David - £15.99
The idea that gender equality in education has been achieved is now a staple of public debate. As a result, educational policies and practices often do not deal explicitly with gender issues, such as sexual abuse, harassment or violence. Exaggeration ... more

Britain's Best Political Cartoons 2016 - by Tim Benson (Editor) - £12.99
2016 was not only the year of Brexit, the most important and contentious political event in Britain for decades. It was also the year of Trump and a tempestuous US presidential campaign, the European migrant crisis, NHS junior doctors’ strikes, an ... more

The World as 100 People: A Visual Guide to 7 Billion Humans - by Aileen Lord - £8.99
What would the world look like if its 7 billion human inhabitants were presented as a single village of 100 people? How many would have access to clean water? How many would be employed in the village? How many would be educated?  This beautifully i ... more

Einstein - by Anne Simon and Corinne Maier - £13.99
Albert Einstein was a German-born physicist who developed the theory of relativity. He is considered the most influential physicist of the 20th century.  Einstein is the third in Maier and Simons collection of graphic novels exploring the li ... more

And Yet... Essays - by Christopher Hitchens - £10.99
Christopher Hitchens was an unparalleled, prolific writer, who raised the polemical essay to a new art form, over a lifetime of thinking and debating the defining issues of our times. As an essayist he contributed to the New Statesman, Atlantic Month ... more

eYE Marty: The Newly Discovered Autobiography of a Comic Genius - by Marty Feldman - £9.99
The autobiography of a comic genius and godfather of surreal comedy.   Completed before he died, thirty years ago, this is the newly discovered autobiography of one of the most influential comedians of recent times, Marty Feldman.  Mar ... more

Tove Jansson: Work and Love - by Tuula Karjalainen - £12.99
The definitive illustrated biography of one of the most unique and beloved children's authors of the 20th century, the creator of the Moomins.   Tove Jansson (1914-2001) led a long, colourful and productive life, impacting significantly the politi ... more

The Lightless Sky: My Journey to Safety as a Child Refugee - by Gulwali Passarlay with Nadene Ghouri - £7.99
'To risk my life had to mean something. Otherwise what was it all for?'   Gulwali Passarlay was sent away from Afghanistan at the age of twelve, after his father was killed in a gun battle with the US army. Smuggled into Iran, Gulwali embarke ... more

Hunger Pains: Life Inside Foodbank Britain - by Kayleigh Garthwaite - £14.99
Welcome to Foodbank Britain, where emergency food provision is an increasingly visible and controversial feature of ongoing austerity. We know the statistics, but what does it feel like to be forced to turn to foodbanks for help? What does it take to ... more

Nothing is True and Everything is Possible: Adventures in Modern Russia - by Peter Pomerantsev - £8.99
A journey into the glittering, surreal heart of 21st century Russia: into the lives of Hells Angels convinced they are messiahs, professional killers with the souls of artists, bohemian theatre directors turned Kremlin puppet-masters, supermodel sect ... more

Adeline - by Norah Vincent - £8.99
A captivating novel of Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury group.   On 18 April 1941, twenty-two days after Virginia Woolf went for a walk near her weekend house in Sussex and never returned, her body was reclaimed from the River Ouse. Norah Vin ... more

Broken Vows: Tony Blair - The Tragedy of Power - by Tom Bower - £9.99
When Tony Blair became prime minister in May 1997, he was, at forty-three, the youngest person to hold that office since 1812. With a landslide majority, his approval rating was 93 per cent and he went on to become Labour's longest-serving premier.  ... more

Quick and Delicious Vegetarian Meals: Easy, Healthy and Super-Fast Food - by Judy Ridgway - £9.99
This book contains more than 200 vegetarian recipes which can be prepared and cooked in half an hour or less. It dispels the belief that vegetarian meals are time-consuming to cook.   It is specifically designed for busy people who want to ser ... more

About My Mother - by Tahar Ben Jelloun - £8.99
Since shes been ill, Lalla Fatma has become a frail little thing with a faltering memory.   Lalla Fatma thinks shes in Fez in 1944, where she grew up, not in Tangier in 2000, where this story begins. She calls out to family members who are l ... more

Tears Heal: How to Listen to Our Children - by Kate Orson - £13.99
Tears Heal shares parenting's best-kept secret - a completely new approach to parenting which is based on listening, and allowing children to express their emotions so that they can return to their natural, good, co-operative selves.  One of ... more

From Cabin 'Boys' to Captains: 250 Years of Women at Sea - by Jo Stanley - £20.00
Traditionally, a womans place was never on stormy seas. But actually thousands of dancers, purserettes, doctors, stewardesses, captains and conductresses have taken to the waveson everything from floating palaces to battered windjammers. Their darin ... more

The Red Virgin and the Vision of Utopia - by Bryan Talbot and Mary Talbot - £16.99
Set against the background of violence and state repression in a turbulent period of French history, The Red Virgin and the Vision of Utopia chronicles the incredible and outrageous life of Louise Michel, the revolutionary feminist dubbed The Red Vi ... more

The Prison Book Club - by Ann Walmsley - £8.99
After Ann Walmsley was mugged near her house in Hampstead, she found she was unable to walk alone down the street and it shook her belief in the fundamental goodness of people. In Canada a few years later, when her friend Carol asked her to participa ... more

The Apocalypedia: A Utopian Guide to What Is and What Isn't - by Darren Allen - £14.99
Encyclopaedias and dictionaries are often boring, of no help when it comes to secretly filling train carriages with subversive balloons and they rarely manage to offend everyone. Lexicographers assume that language is a big machine that you need an i ... more

The Un-Discovered Islands: An Archipelago of Myths and Mysteries, Phantoms and Fakes - by Malachy Tallack, illustrated by Katie Scott - £14.99
Critically acclaimed author Malachy Tallack returns with The Un-Discovered Islands, an exploration of some of the world’s strangest places.  Gathered in the book are two dozen islands once believed to be real but no longer on the map. These ... more

How to Measure a Cow - by Margaret Forster - £16.99
Tara Fraser leaves London to start a new life in a Cumbrian town selected at random. She plans to obliterate her past, which contains a shocking event that had serious consequences, by becoming a completely different personality from her previous vol ... more

Beyond Magenta: Transgender Teens Speak Out - by Susan Kuklin - £8.99
Six unwaveringly honest American teens describe what life is like for them as members of the transgender community in this Stonewall Honor book.   Author and photographer Susan Kuklin met and interviewed six transgender or gender-neutral young ... more

Things That Can and Cannot Be Said - by John Cusack and Arundhati Roy - £6.00
An account of the extraordinary meeting between four brilliant political activists: Booker Prize winner Arundhati Roy, NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden, Pentagon Papers insider Daniel Ellsberg and acclaimed actor John Cusack.  'What sort of ... more

Scent: The Complete Works of Dinesh Allirajah - by Dinesh Allirajah - £15.99
Before his untimely death at the age of 47, Dinesh Allirajah was one of the most versatile and accomplished writers working in the North of England. Whether as a performance poet, literary critic, wry social commentator or masterfully understated sho ... more

The Hormone Factory - by Saskia Goldschmidt - £8.99
Vainglorious Mordechai de Paauw is ruthless: in the years before World War II, the Dutch pharmaceutical entrepreneur is on the cutting edge of science and determined to develop the contraceptive pill... no matter what the cost.  Testing hormonal ... more

Second-Hand Time - by Svetlana Alexievich - £14.99
Second-Hand Time is the latest work from Svetlana Alexievich, winner of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Literature. Here she brings together the voices of dozens of witnesses to the collapse of the USSR in a formidable attempt to chart the disappearance of a ... more

Strangers at Our Door - by Zygmunt Bauman - £9.99
Refugees from the violence of wars and the brutality of famished lives have knocked on other people's doors since the beginning of time. For the people behind the doors, these uninvited guests were always strangers, and strangers tend to generate fea ... more

Shadow State: Inside the Secret Companies That Run Britain - by Alan White - £14.99
Every year the British government spends 80 billion outsourcing public services. Today, private companies are responsible for fulfilling some of the most sensitive and important roles of the state - running prisons and providing healthcare, transpor ... more

The Scallywags: Memories of a Rascal's 1950's Childhood - by Peter Stockley - £7.99
Do you ever think about how the roads you walked as a child change the doors that open in your future? In 1951, seven-year-old Peter Stockley's life was set down a dark path after losing his mother. Her legacy to him was an optimism and spirit t ... more

From Frazzled to Fabulous: How to Juggle a Successful Career, Fatherhood, 'Me-Time' and Looking Good - by The Man Who Has It All - £9.99
In this inspirational book drawn from the hugely popular Twitter and Facebook accounts, the Man Who Has It All helps men to nurture opinions of their own, make time to smile and choose between a career or baby. From Frazzled to Fabulous includes word ... more

Chavs: The Demonization of the Working Class - by Owen Jones - £8.99
A compelling investigation into the myth and reality of working-class life in contemporary Britain. In modern Britain, the working class has become an object of fear and ridicule. From Little Britain's Vicky Pollard to the demonization of Jade Goo ... more

Cut: One Woman's Fight Against FGM in Britain Today - by Hibo Wardere - £12.99
Imagine for a moment that you are 6-years-old and you are woken in the early hours, bathed and then dressed in rags before being led down to an ominous looking tent at the end of your garden. And there, you are subjected to the cruellest cut, ordered ... more

The Moth Snowstorm: Nature and Joy - by Michael McCarthy - £9.99
Nature has many gifts for us, but perhaps the greatest of them all is joy; the intense delight we can take in the natural world, in its beauty, in the wonder it can offer us, in the peace it can provide - feelings stemming ultimately from our own unb ... more

Dietland - by Sarai Walker - £8.99
The wickedly funny feminist revenge fantasy debut novel we've all been waiting for. "A call to arms. Devious, subversive, delightful"(Alice Sebold) Plum Kettle does her best not to be noticed, because when you're fat, to be noticed is to be ju ... more

Poems for Jeremy Corbyn - by Merryn Williams (Editor) - £10.00
Fifty poets write on the threat to planet earth, war and peace, bullying, Brexit, the age of austerity and Jeremy Corbyn.   Poets include: Michael Bartholomew-Biggs, Neil Beardmore, Ian Birchall, Janine Booth, Alan Brownjohn, Rip Bulkeley, Oli ... more

Chasing the Scream: The First and Last Days of the War on Drugs - by Johann Hari - £9.99
Drugs are not what we think they are. Addiction is not what we think it is. And the war on drugs is not what we see on our TV screens.   In Chasing the Scream, Johann Hari shares his discoveries through the riveting true stories he uncovered ... more

Seveneves - by Neal Stephenson - £9.99
The astounding new novel from the master of science fiction.   THE EARTH WAS A TICKING TIME BOMB.   To ensure the survival they had to look beyond its atmosphere.   So they became pioneers.   Five thousand years later and ... more

We Go Around in the Night and are Consumed by Fire - by Jules Grant - £8.99
Voiced by Donna and her streetwise god-daughter Aurora, this thrillingly original crime novel unfolds at breakneck speed at once furious, tender and heartbreaking.   Lesbian gangster and street poet Donna runs the all-female Bronte Close Gan ... more

Inglorious: Conflict in the Uplands - by Mark Avery - £9.99
Driven grouse shooting, where flocks of Red Grouse are chased by lines of beaters so that they fly over lines of 'guns' that shoot the fast-flying birds, is a peculiarly British fieldsport. It is also peculiarly British in that it is deeply rooted in ... more

Measures of Expatriation - by Vahni Capildeo - £9.99
‘Expatriation: my having had a patria, a fatherland, to leave, did not occur to me until I was forced to invent one. [...] This luxury of inattention, invention, and final mismatch... a ‘Trinidad’ being created that did not take my Trinidad awa ... more

Wait Till I'm Dead: Poems Uncollected - by Allen Ginsberg - £9.99
Rainy night on Union Square, full moon. Want more poems? Wait till I'm dead. Allen Ginsberg, August 8, 1990, 3:30 A.M.  Allen Ginsberg wrote incessantly for more than fifty years, and many of the poems collected for the first time in this vo ... more

Cats - by Jane Bown - £14.99
Jane Bown is a legendary Observer photographer best-known for her portraits of icons from Beckett to Björk.   This is a charming collection of 100 black and white pictures of felines which reveals the same sympathetic eye and wit as her port ... more

Landmarks - by Robert Macfarlane - £9.99
Landmarks is Robert Macfarlane's joyous meditation on words, landscape and the relationship between the two. Words are grained into our landscapes, and landscapes are grained into our words. Landmarks is about the power of language to shape our s ... more

The Rent Trap: How We Fell into it and How We Get Out of it - by Rosie Walker and Samir Jeraj - £14.99
Deregulation, revenge evictions, parliamentary corruption and day-to-day instability: these are the realities for the eleven million people currently renting privately in the UK. At the same time, house prices are skyrocketing and the generational pr ... more

Whispering Hope: The True Story of the Magdalene Women - by Nancy Costello, Kathleen Legg, Diane Croghan, Marie Slattery and Marina Gambold - £8.99
The harrowing account of five women who were confined in Magdalene Laundries in Ireland. "At the conclusion of my discussions with one group of the Magdalene Women one of those present sang 'Whispering Hope'. A line from that song stays in my mind ... more

A Little Life - by Hanya Yanagihara - £10.99
A novel of extraordinary intelligence and heart, a masterful depiction of heartbreak, and a dark and haunting examination of the tyranny of experience and memory. Brace yourself for the most astonishing, challenging, upsetting and profoundly moving ... more

Girl Up - by Laura Bates - £12.99
They told you you need to be thin and beautiful.   They told you to wear longer skirts, avoid going out late at night and move in groups - never accept drinks from a stranger, and wear shoes you can run in more easily than heels.   They ... more

Burning Country: Syrians in Revolution and War - by Robin Yassin-Kassab and Leila Al-Shami - £14.99
In 2011, many Syrians took to the streets of Damascus to demand the overthrow of the government of Bashar al-Assad. Today, much of Syria has become a warzone where foreign journalists find it almost impossible to report on life in this devastated lan ... more

A People's History of Modern Europe - by William A. Pelz - £18.00
From the monarchical terror of the Middle Ages to the mangled Europe of the twenty-first century, A People's History of Modern Europe tracks the history of the continent through the deeds of those whom mainstream history tries to forget.   Eur ... more

Becoming Richard Pryor - by Scott Saul - £9.99
A major biography intimate, gripping, revelatory of an artist who revolutionized American comedy. Richard Pryor may have been the most unlikely star in Hollywood history. Raised in his familys brothels, he grew up an outsider to privilege. H ... more

Swallow This: Serving Up the Food Industry's Darkest Secrets - by Joanna Blythman - £8.99
Even with 25 years experience as a journalist and investigator of the food chain, Joanna Blythman still felt she had unanswered questions about the food we consume every day. How natural is the process for making a natural flavouring? What, exact ... more

The New Odyssey: The Story of Europe - by Patrick Kingsley - £14.99
The New Odyssey is a work of original, bold reporting written with a perfect mix of compassion and authority by the journalist who knows the subject better than any other. Europe is facing a wave of migration unmatched since the end of World War ... more

Pocket Irish Wit & Wisdom - by Tony Potter (Editor) - £4.50
The Irish famously have a way with words and this beautifully illustrated selection includes the best of Irish wit and wisdom to amuse and entertain on any occasion.  Enjoy the stunning wit of some of Ireland's finest writers, as well as words o ... more

The Ladybird Book of the Meeting - by Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris - £6.99
*A HILARIOUS, BRAND NEW BOOK IN THE PHENOMENAL LADYBIRDS FOR GROWN UPS SERIES, FOR AUTUMN 2016*  The Ladybird Book of the Meeting - a nugget of wisdom from bestselling authors Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris.  This delightful book is th ... more

University Challenge: The Ultimate Questions - by Steve Tribe - £12.99
It's back! And this time it's the ultimate challenge, with over 3000 brand-new questions from the popular BBC2 show.   It's been on television for over five decades, and it's still loved by viewers of all ages. University Challenge is a firm favo ... more

The Beautiful Struggle: A Memoir - by Ta-Nehisi Coates - £9.99
The Beautiful Struggle is an extraordinary memoir from the most important new voice in the US race debate and the author of New York Times bestseller list no. 1 Between the World and Me, hailed by Toni Morrison as required reading. This small a ... more

Furiously Happy - by Jenny Lawson - £8.99
For fans of David Sedaris, Tina Fey and Caitlin Moran comes the new book from Jenny Lawson, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Let's Pretend This Never Happened... In Let's Pretend This Never Happened, Jenny Lawson regaled readers with up ... more

Worktown: The Astonishing Story of the Project That Launched Mass Observation - by David Hall - £9.99
The astonishing story of the project that launched Mass Observation. �In the late 1930s the Lancashire town of Bolton witnessed a ground-breaking social experiment. Over three years, a team of ninety observers recorded, in painstaking detail, the e ... more

The Trouble with Women - by Jacky Fleming - £9.99
Can women be geniuses? Or are their arms too short? Why did we only learn about three women at school? What were all the others doing? The Trouble With Women does for girls what 1066 and All That did for boys: it reminds us of what we were taug ... more

Ten Days - by Gillian Slovo - £7.99
It's 4 a.m. and Cathy Mason is watching dawn break over the Lovelace estate. By the end of the day, her community will be a crime scene. By the end of the week, her city will be on fire.  In this gripping thriller by Orange Prize-shortlisted author ... more

Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool - by Peter Turner - £7.99
On 29 September 1981, Peter Turner received a phone call that would change his life. His former lover, Hollywood actress Gloria Grahame, had collapsed in a Lancaster hotel and was refusing medical attention. He had no choice but to take her into his ... more

Exotic England: The Making of a Curious Nation - by Yasmin Alibhai-Brown - £9.99
England may be a small country on a small island, but its inhabitants have always had a boundless curiosity about the world beyond their shoreline.   From the nation's modern origins in the Renaissance, travellers have eagerly roamed the glob ... more

Weak Messages Create Bad Situations: A Manifesto - by David Shrigley - £12.99
A personal message from the author:   Lots of individuals in society today are feeble-minded. They don't know what the HELL is going on. Unfortunately many of these people are responsible for running THE COUNTRY. They don't know the difference ... more

Anti Journal - by David Sinden - £5.99
Anti Journal is no ordinary journal, it's an anarchic, therapeutic route to personal and artistic discovery packed with partially illustrated pages to complete in imaginative unconventional ways.   For all ages, bedroom journalers, total novic ... more

How it Works: The Student - by Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris - £6.99
*A HILARIOUS, BRAND NEW BOOK IN THE PHENOMENAL LADYBIRDS FOR GROWN UPS SERIES, FOR AUTUMN 2016*   How it Works: The Student - a nugget of wisdom from bestselling authors Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris.   This delightful book is the latest in the ... more

Grief is the Thing with Feathers - by Grief Is the Thing with Feathers - £7.99
In a London flat, two young boys face the unbearable sadness of their mother's sudden death. Their father, a Ted Hughes scholar and scruffy romantic, imagines a future of well-meaning visitors and emptiness. � In this moment of despair they are ... more

What Colour is the Sun? Mind-Bending Science Facts in the Solar System's Brightest Quiz - by Brian Clegg - £7.99
Why do your fingers go wrinkly in the bath? What kind of animal can have 21 limbs? Who would really win a fight between a T.Rex and Godzilla?   Test your knowledge of all things scientific with the biggest, brightest and most mind-bending quiz boo ... more

We Learn at Home: Dung Beetle Book 1b - by Miriam Elia - £7.99
In book 1b of the Dung Beetle Learning series We Learn at Home, Mummy takes John and Susan out of their local school to be re-educated at home, and introduce to their young minds a new, alternative world view.  In order to do so, Mummy will ground a ... more

We Go Out: Dung Beetle Book 1c - by Miriam Elia - £7.99
In book 1c of the Dung Beetle Learning series, Mummy takes Susan and John out for an exciting day trip in London, as part of their new re-education programme.   Looking, thinking and re-evaluating the world around them is a crucial part of a child ... more

The Girl in the Spider's Web - by David Lagercrantz - £7.99
THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO IS BACK WITH A UK NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER   Lisbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist have not been in touch for some time.   Then Blomkvist is contacted by renowned Swedish scientist Professor Balder. Warned t ... more

Public Library and Other Stories - by Ali Smith - £8.99
A richly inventive new collection of stories from Ali Smith, author of How to be both, winner of the Baileys Women's Prize and the Costa Novel Award and shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize.   Why are books so very powerful?   What do t ... more

How Long is Now? Fascinating Answers to 191 Mind-Boggling Questions - by New Scientist Instant Expert - £7.99
A Sunday Times bestseller.  How long is 'now'? The short answer is 'somewhere between 2 and 3 seconds'. The long answer involves an incredible journey through neuroscience, our subconscious and the time-bending power of meditation. Living in ... more

Mrs Engels - by Gavin McCrea - £8.99
Longlisted for the Guardian First Book Award, and shortlisted for the Desmond Elliott Prize and the Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction   Love is a bygone idea, centuries-worn. There are things we can go without, and love is among them ... more

Seven Brief Lessons on Physics - by Carlo Rovelli - £6.99
THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER Everything you need to know about modern physics, the universe and our place in the world in seven enlightening lessons. 'Here, on the edge of what we know, in contact with the ocean of the unknown, shines the myst ... more

National Geographic: Simply Beautiful Photographs - by Annie Griffiths - £12.99
Just as its title indicates, National Geographic Simply Beautiful Photographs plumbs the depth of National Geographic's renowned Image Collection to highlight the loveliest and most appealing photographs from this impressive archive. The result is an ... more

Naked at the Albert Hall: The Inside Story of Singing - by Tracey Thorn - £8.99
Tracey Thorn, musician and author of the bestselling autobiography Bedsit Disco Queen, offers a unique insider's take on the art of singing: why and how we sing, and the voice's power to captivate. In her bestselling autobiography Bedsit Disco Quee ... more

The Bible According to Spike Milligan - by Spike Milligan - £8.99
The Bible According to Spike Milligan is an irreverent but very funny spoof of The Old Testament in which, in his own inimitable fashion, Spike Milligan gives his version of the best known biblical stories.   In the Bible, according to Spike Milli ... more

The Wolf Border - by Sarah Hall - £8.99
For almost a decade Rachel Caine has turned her back on home, kept distant by family disputes and her work monitoring wolves on an Idaho reservation. But now, summoned by the eccentric Earl of Annerdale and his controversial scheme to reintroduce the ... more

Grunwick: The Workers' Story - by Jack Dromey and Graham Taylor - £12.00
Grunwick was the strike that changed the rules of the game.   It changed the way the unions thought about race, about their own core values, and about the best way to organise among the new immigrant communities coming to Britain in the 1970s. ... more

1,342 Qi Facts to Leave You Flabbergasted - by John Lloyd - £9.99
The sock-blasting, jaw-dropping, side-swiping phenomenon that is QI serves up a sparkling new selection of 1,342 facts to leave you flabbergasted.   Trees sleep at night.   Google searches for ‘How to put on a condom’ peak at 10.28p ... more

Inventing the Future: Postcapitalism and a World Without Work - by Nick Srnicek and Alex Williams - £9.99
A major new manifesto for a high-tech future free from work.  Neoliberalism isn't working. Austerity is forcing millions into poverty and many more into precarious work, while the left remains trapped in stagnant political practices that offer no r ... more

The Mindless Colouring Book: Braindead Colouring for Exhausted People - by Patrick Potter - £5.95
"The new way to increase your stress."   Finally! A grown-up colouring book for immature grown-ups. BRAIN SCIENCE can prove that colouring in an intricate mandala design with expensive colouring pencils can make you more mindless. The hunger for ... more

Stand Up and Sock It to Them Sister: Funny, Feisty Females - by Gwenno Dafydd - £11.99
“Funny is Funny” - Joan Rivers   But how do you make it in the world of comedy if you are a woman?   With Stand Up and Sock It to Them Sister, writer, actress and performer Gwenno Dafydd looks at the genesis of female comedy fr ... more

The Crossing: My Journey to the Shattered Heart of Syria - by Samar Yazbek - £8.99
Journalist Samar Yazbek was forced into exile by Assad's regime. When the uprising in Syria turned to bloodshed, she was determined to take action and secretly returned several times.  The Crossing is her rare, powerful and courageous testament ... more

A Country of Refuge: An Anthology of Writing on Asylum Seekers - by Lucy Popescu (Editor) - £8.99
A Country of Refuge is a poignant, thought-provoking and timely anthology of writing on asylum seekers from some of Britain and Irelands most influential voices.   Compiled and edited by human rights activist and writer Lucy Popescu, this pow ... more

The Joy of Tax - by Richard Murphy - £8.99
In The Joy of Tax, tax campaigner Richard Murphy challenges almost every idea you have about tax. For him, tax is fundamentally about the ideas that shape the sort of society we want to live in, not technicalities. His intention is to demonstrate tha ... more

A Wild Swan And Other Tales - by Michael Cunningham, illustrated by Yuko Shimizu - £8.99
Here are the moments that our fairy tales forgot or deliberately concealed, reimagined by one of the most gifted storytellers of his generation, the Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Hours, and exquisitely illustrated by Yuko Shimizu. Rarely have ... more

My Story - by Steven Gerrard - £7.99
Steven Gerrard - legendary captain of Liverpool and England - tells the story of the highs and lows of a twenty-year career at the top of English and world football. As the only player ever to have scored in a FA cup final, a league cup final, a ... more

The Feminist Activity Book - by Gemma Correll - £7.99
Looking to smash the patriarchy and get your arts and crafts on? Want to have a laugh while taking down sexist stereotypes? Look no further than Gemma Correll's Feminist Activity Book, where your dress up doll can wear whatever she wants and the only ... more

Confabulations - by John Berger - £6.99
'Language is a body, a living creature ... and this creature's home is the inarticulate as well as the articulate'.   John Berger's work has revolutionized the way we understand visual language. In this new book he writes about language itsel ... more

1966: The Year the Decade Exploded - by Jon Savage - £12.99
The pop world accelerated and broke through the sound barrier in 1966. In America, in London, in Amsterdam, in Paris, revolutionary ideas slow-cooking since the late '50s reached boiling point. In the worlds of pop, pop art, fashion and radical polit ... more

A Village Christmas: And Other Notes on the English Year - by Laurie Lee - £7.99
From the author of Cider With Rosie, Village Christmas is a moving, lyrical portrait of England through the changing years and seasons.   Laurie Lee left his childhood home in the Cotswolds when he was nineteen, but it remained with him throughout ... more

Go Set A Watchman - by Harper Lee - £7.99
Go Set a Watchman is set during the mid-1950s and features many of the characters from To Kill a Mockingbird some twenty years later. Scout (Jean Louise Finch) has returned to Maycomb from New York to visit her father Atticus. She is forced to grapp ... more

The Alternative: Towards a New Progressive Politics - by Lisa Nandy, Caroline Lucas and Chris Bowers (Editors) - £12.99
The 2015 election result was a disaster for progressives in British politics, delivering a majority Conservative government at Westminster. And the outlook for the next election is not auspicious either, particularly amid the aftershocks of the momen ... more

Postcapitalism: A Guide to Our Future - by Paul Mason - £8.99
From Paul Mason, the award-winning Channel 4 presenter, Postcapitalism is a guide to our era of seismic economic change, and how we can build a more equal society. Over the past two centuries or so, capitalism has undergone continual change - eco ... more

Common Ground - by Rob Cowen - £8.99
'I am dreaming of the edge-land again' After moving from London to a new home in Yorkshire, Rob Cowen finds himself on unfamiliar territory, disoriented, hemmed in by winter and yearning for the nearest open space. So one night, he sets out to fi ... more

Freedom is A Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine, and the Foundations of a Movement - by Angela Y. Davis - £12.99
In these newly collected essays, interviews, and speeches, world-renowned activist and scholar Angela Y. Davis illuminates the connections between struggles against state violence and oppression throughout history and around the world.  Reflectin ... more

Frantumaglia: An Author's Journey Told Through Letters, Interviews, and Occasional Writings - by Elena Ferrante - £16.99
From the author of My Brilliant Friend.   This book invites readers into Elena Ferrante’s workshop. It offers a glimpse into the drawers of her writing desk, those drawers from which emerged her three early standalone novels and the four ins ... more

Cut Out: Living Without Welfare - by Jeremy Seabrook - £12.99
Britain’s welfare state, one of the greatest achievements of our post-war reconstruction, was regarded as the cornerstone of modern society. Today, that cornerstone is wilfully being dismantled by a succession of governments, with horrifying conseq ... more

Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights - by Salman Rushdie - £8.99
From Salman Rushdie, one of the great writers of our time, comes a spellbinding work of fiction that blends history, mythology, and a timeless love story. A lush, richly layered novel in which our world has been plunged into an age of unreason, Two Y ... more

Seeing Things As They Are: Selected Journalism and Other Writings - by George Orwell - £9.99
An enlightening anthology of George Orwell's journalism and non-fiction writing, showing his genius across a wide variety of genres. Selected by leading expert Peter Davison.  Famous for his novels and essays, Orwell remains one of our very b ... more

1956, The World in Revolt - by Simon Hall - £10.99
Vibrantly and sympathetically told, this is the story of one remarkable year - a capsule history of exhilarating triumphs and shattering defeats around the world.   1956 was one of the most remarkable years of the twentieth century. All across the ... more

The Actual One: How I Tried, and Failed, to Remain Twenty-Something for Ever - by Isy Suttie - £8.99
Isy Suttie - writer, comedian and actress - on not quite being a grown-up "Isy Suttie turns the painful process of growing-up into something laugh-out-loud funny, and for that I could kiss her"(Bryony Gordon, author of The Wrong Knickers) "A cr ... more

What's Your Pride Story? - by Various authors, compiled by Liverpool Pride and Writing on the Wall - £2.99
Everybody has a story to tell. These are ours... "Liverpool Pride is all about giving a platform for LGBT+ people in our region to demonstrate their unique culture, talent and spirit. The What's Your Pride Story? group write about their experience ... more

Black and British: An Untold Story - by David Olusoga - £25.00
A vital re-examination of a shared history, published to accompany the landmark BBC Two series.   In Black and British, award-winning historian and broadcaster David Olusoga offers readers a rich and revealing exploration of the extraordinaril ... more

The Truth About Our Schools: Exposing the Myths, Exploring the Evidence - by Melissa Benn and Janet Downs - £16.99
Opinions about comprehensive education are often made into easy-to-swallow sound-bites by media and politicians alike and whilst the benefits of a genuinely comprehensive education for all pupils are obvious, untruths have unwittingly evolved into ha ... more

A Strangeness in My Mind - by Orhan Pamuk - £8.99
At a family wedding Mevlut catches sight of a girl with whom he falls in love. After a secret courtship of letters passed via his cousin, she agrees to elope with him, and on a dark night the two come together for the first time. As they rush to catc ... more

Kid Gloves: A Voyage Round My Father - by Adam Mars-Jones - £9.99
Shortlisted for the PEN Ackerley Prize 2016   When his widowed father - once a high court judge and always a formidable figure - drifted into vagueness if not dementia, the writer Adam Mars-Jones took responsibility for his care. Intimately tr ... more

Splinter the Silence - by Val McDermid - £7.99
Number one bestseller Val McDermid is back with her most gripping, chilling, suspenseful novel yet, featuring two of the most distinctive and unforgettable characters in crime fiction: Tony Hill and Carol Jordan.   'That day, waiting had been ... more

Breathe: Simple Breathing Techniques for a Calmer, Happier Life - by Jean Hall - £7.99
Breathe provides simple breathing techniques that you can use anywhere to find that moment of quiet when you need to regain mental and physical focus.   The book covers the benefits of breathing deeply and fully, the mechanics of breath, techn ... more

From #Blacklivesmatter to Black Liberation - by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor - £14.99
The eruption of mass protests in the wake of the police murders of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and Eric Garner in New York City have challenged the impunity with which officers of the law carry out violence against Black people and punctured ... more

The Return of the Young Prince - by A.G. Roemmers, translated by Oliver Brock, illustrated by Pietari Posti - £9.99
"This book reminds us of the values we should never have abandoned: the importance of friendship, family, community and compassion - the pillars of every civilized society."(Bruno d'Agay, a member of the Saint Exupéry family) A beautiful tribute ... more

Who Really Feeds the World? The Failures of Agribusiness and the Promise of Agroecology - by Vandana Shiva - £14.99
A radical new vision for global food production, from one of the world’s most iconic environmental thinkers.   The world’s food supply is in the grip of a profound crisis. Humanity’s ability to feed itself is threatened by a wasteful, gl ... more

Best British Short Stories 2016 - by Nicholas Royle (Editor) - £9.99
The nations favourite annual guide to the short story, now in its sixth year. Best British Short Stories invites you to judge a book by its cover or more accurately, by its title. This new series aims to reprint the best short stories publishe ... more

The Happiness Industry: How the Government and Big Business Sold Us Well-Being - by William Davies - £9.99
Why are we so interested in measuring happiness?   What was a Buddhist monk doing at the 2014 World Economic Forum in Davos lecturing the world’s leaders on mindfulness? Why do many successful corporations have a ‘chief happiness officer ... more

Women's Football: The Secret History - by Tim Tate - £8.99
Boxing Day 1920, and 53,000 men, women and children pack inside Goodison Park. The extraordinary crowds have come to watch two local rivals play a match for charity. But this is no ordinary charity fixture. Eleven of the players are international cel ... more

The New Wild: Why Invasive Species Will be Nature's Salvation - by Fred Pearce - £8.99
Veteran environmental journalist Fred Pearce used to think of invasive species as evil interlopers spoiling pristine ‘natural’ ecosystems. Most conservationists would agree. But what if traditional ecology is wrong, and true environmentalists sho ... more

Numero Zero - by Umberto Eco, translated by Richard Dixon - £8.99
The gripping new conspiracy thriller by the bestselling author of The Name of the Rose. 1945, Lake Como. Mussolini and his mistress are captured and shot by local partisans. The precise circumstances of Il Duces death remain shrouded in confusio ... more

All Involved - by Ryan Gattis - £8.99
That's when it hits me. I'm staring at a war zone. In South Central.   On an April night in 1992, Payasa learns that her older brother has been stabbed to death, his body left out in the road to rot. He was never involved. He was innocent. He ... more

1917: Stories and Poems from the Russian Revolution - by Boris Dralyuk (Translated and selected by) - £8.99
'This is the last of you, old world - soon we'll smash you to bits.'  The passionate voices of radicals, dreamers, workers, aristocrats, satirists and romantics fill these electrifying poems and prose pieces, written between 1917 and 1919 in ... more

Pleasantville - by Attica Locke - £7.99
LONGLISTED FOR THE BAILEYS PRIZE 2016  It's 1996, Bill Clinton has just been re-elected and in Houston a mayoral election is looming. As usual the campaign focuses on Pleasantville -- the African-American neighbourhood of the city that has sw ... more

My Life on the Road - by Gloria Steinem - £9.99
Gloria Steinem had an itinerant childhood. Every fall, her father would pack the family into the car and they would drive across the country, in search of their next adventure. The seeds were planted: Steinem would spend much of her life on the road, ... more

QI: The Third Book of General Ignorance - by John Lloyd, John Mitchinson, James Harkin and Andrew Hunter Murray - £8.99
The Third Book of General Ignorance gathers together 180 questions, both new and previously featured on the BBC TV programme's popular 'General Ignorance' round, and show why, when it comes to general knowledge, none of us knows anything at all. &nb ... more

Where My Heart Used to Beat - by Sebastian Faulks - £8.99
A haunting tale of war, love and loss from the author of Birdsong and A Week in December.   The Sunday Times bestseller   On a small island off the south coast of France, Robert Hendricks – an English doctor who has seen the best and ... more

1916: The Mornings After - by Tim Pat Coogan - £8.99
The 1916 Easter Rising and its aftermath changed Ireland for ever. The British government's execution of 14 republican rebels transformed a group hitherto perceived as cranks and troublemakers into national heroes. Those who avoided the British firin ... more

The Gracekeepers - by Kirsty Logan - £7.99
The magical story of a floating circus and two young women in search of a home. The sea has flooded the earth. North lives on a circus boat, floating between the scattered islands that remain. She dances with her beloved bear, while the rest of t ... more

The Virago Book of Women Gardeners - by Deborah Kellaway - £14.99
From diggers and weeders, to plantswomen and landscape designers, women have contributed greatly to the world of gardening. This book contains collected extracts from the 18th century to the present day, from writers including Colette, Germaine Greer ... more

All the Light We Cannot See - by Anthony Doerr - £8.99
WINNER OF THE 2015 PULITZER PRIZE FOR FICTION NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FINALIST NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER WINNER OF THE CARNEGIE MEDAL FOR FICTION   A beautiful, stunningly ambitious novel about a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths colli ... more

The Forward Book of Poetry 2017 - by Various poets - £8.99
The Forward Book of Poetry 2017 showcases the best contemporary poems published in the British Isles over the year, including the winners of 2016's Forward Prizes for Poetry.   This anthology, for seasoned poetry lovers and new readers alike, ... more

Photos That Changed the World - by Various artists - £14.99
In lavish two-page spreads, this book presents nearly one hundred of history’s most memorable photographs — from the Wright Brothers’ first flight to the bombing of Pearl Harbor, from Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech to Nelson ... more

The Health Gap: The Challenge of an Unequal World - by Michael Marmot - £10.99
In Baltimore's inner-city neighborhood of Upton/Druid Heights, a man's life expectancy is sixty-three; not far away, in the Greater Roland Park/Poplar neighborhood, life expectancy is eighty-three. The same twenty-year avoidable disparity exists in t ... more

Human Acts - by Han Kang, translated by Deborah Smith - £8.99
Gwangju, South Korea, 1980. In the wake of a viciously suppressed student uprising, a boy searches for his friend's corpse, a consciousness searches for its abandoned body, and a brutalised country searches for a voice. In a sequence of interconnecte ... more

Refugee Tales - by David Herd & Anna Pincus (Editors) - £9.99
Featuring Patience Agbabi, Jade Amoli-Jackson, Chris Cleave, Stephen Collis, Inua Ellams, Abdulrazak Gurnah, David Herd, Marina Lewycka, Avaes Mohammad, Hubert Moore, Ali Smith, Dragan Todorovic, Carol Watts & Michael Zand.   Two unaccompanied ... more

The Heart Goes Last - by Margaret Atwood - £8.99
A sinister, wickedly funny novel about a near-future in which the lawful are locked up and the lawless roam free, The Heart Goes Last is Margaret Atwood at her heart-stopping best.   Stan and Charmaine are a married couple trying to stay afloa ... more

The John Lennon Letters - by John Lennon and Hunter Davies - £12.99
A lifetime of letters, collected for the first time, from the legendary The Beatles musician and songwriter John Lennon.   John Lennon is one of the world's greatest-ever song writers, creator of 'Help!', 'Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds', 'Imag ... more

Wind/ Pinball: Two Novels - by Haruki Murakami - £8.99
Wind/Pinball includes Haruki Murakami�s first two novels, published back-to-back, available for the first time in English outside Japan. With a new introduction by the author.� If you�re the sort of guy who raids the refrigerators of silent ki ... more

The Girl on the Train - by Paula Hawkins - £7.90
YOU DON'T KNOW HER. BUT SHE KNOWS YOU. Rear Window meets Gone Girl, in this exceptional and startling psychological thriller. "Gripping, enthralling - a top-notch thriller and a compulsive read"(S J WATSON, bestselling author of 'Before I Go T ... more

Riot. Strike. Riot. The New Era of Uprisings - by Joshua Clover - £14.99
Award-winning poet Joshua Clover theorizes the riot as the form of the coming insurrection  Baltimore. Ferguson. Tottenham. Clichy-sous-Bois. Oakland. Ours has become an age of riots as the struggle of people versus state and capital has take ... more

Life Portraits: Frida Kahlo - by Zena Alkayat, illustrated by Nina Cosford - £12.00
This beautifully illustrated biography follows Frida Kahlo's exceptional life and work, and celebrates the Mexican icon's immense legacy.  From a young age, Kahlo forged her own path, overcoming polio as a child, and stoically battling the a ... more

Goodnight and Good Riddance: How Thirty-Five Years of John Peel Helped to Shape Modern Life - by David Cavanagh - £12.99
Goodnight and Good Riddance: How Thirty-Five Years of John Peel Helped to Shape Modern Britain is a social history, a diary of a nation's changing culture, and an in-depth appraisal of one of our greatest broadcasters, a man who can legitimately be c ... more

On Bowie - by Simon Critchley - £6.99
What made Bowie special? What made him the cultural icon he is today? And what made millions of people around the world tune into his peculiar wavelength and find exactly what they'd been looking for all along?  These are the questions asked ... more

The Glorious Heresies - by Lisa McInerney - £8.99
'He was definitely dead, whoever he was. He wore a once-black jumper and a pair of shiny tracksuit bottoms. The back of his head was cracked and his hair matted, but it had been foxy before that. A tall man, a skinny rake, another string of piss, now ... more

Fifty Shades of Feminism - by Lisa Appignanesi, Susie Orbach, and Rachel Holmes - £9.99
The antidote to the idea that being a woman is all about submitting to desire. There are many more shades than that and here are fifty women to explore them.  Fifty years after the publication of The Feminine Mystique, have women really exchanged p ... more

The Boxcar of Fun - by Chris England - £8.99
Its 1910. Arthur Dandoe is heading for the brave New World of American vaudeville with the famous Karno music hall company, along with his great rival, Charlie Chaplin, and Tilly Beckett, the girl who has captured both their hearts. And what better ... more

Stranger Than We Can Imagine: Making Sense of the Twentieth Century - by John Higgs - £9.99
The twentieth century should make sense. It's the period of history that we know the most about, an epic geo-political narrative that runs through World War One, the great depression, World War Two, the American century and the fall of the Berlin Wal ... more

Island Story - by J.D. Taylor - £8.99
What is life like on this island? With a tent and a rusty bike, J.D. Taylor set off to find out.   No other subject has spilt so much ink as Britain today. But whilst assuming a monopoly on national identity, a London-based elite has proven a ... more

The Cabaret of Plants: Botany and the Imagination - by Richard Mabey - £9.99
In The Cabaret of Plants, Mabey explores the plant species which have challenged our imaginations, awoken our wonder, and upturned our ideas about history, science, beauty and belief. Picked from every walk of life, they encompass crops, weeds, medic ... more

The Seed Collectors - by Scarlett Thomas - £8.99
"I have no idea why everyone thinks nature is so benign and glorious and wonderful. All nature is trying to do is kill us as efficiently as possible."   Great Aunt Oleander is dead. To each of her nearest and dearest she has left a seed pod. T ... more

Three Moments of an Explosion: Stories - by China Miville - £8.99
The multi-award-winning China Miville has been called 'the equal of David Mitchell or Zadie Smith' (Scotland on Sunday), a writer whose 'inventiveness and precision is awesome' (Independent), and who writes with 'an imagination of immense power' (Gu ... more

Poetry Please: The Nation's Most Treasured Verse: Love Poems - by Various poets - £8.99
'What will survive of us is love.'  In this new anthology poets from across the ages lead us on a journey of love in its many forms. From Shakespeare to Rossetti, Keats to Auden, Byron to Browning an beyond, as well as a host of contemporary ... more

Romantic Outlaws: The Extraordinary Lives of Mary Wollstonecraft and Mary Shelley - by Charlotte Gordon - £8.99
***AS READ ON BBC RADIO 4*** "A gripping account of the heartbreaks and triumphs of two of history's most formidable female intellectuals, Mary Wollstonecraft and Mary Shelley. Gordon has reunited mother and daughter through biography, beautifully ... more

How to Love - by Thich Nhat Hanh - £5.00
How to Love is part of a charming series of books from Zen Master, Thich Nhat Hanh, exploring the essential foundations of mindful meditation and practise.   How to Love shows that when we feel closer to our loved ones, we are also more connec ... more

The Hungry Ghosts - by Shyam Selvadurai - £8.99
In Buddhist myth, those that have desired too much during their lifetime may be reborn as hungry ghosts spirits with a stomach so large they can never be full.   Six-year-old Shivan is boarded up in his grandmothers mansion in Sri Lanka. ... more

Queer: A Graphic History - by Meg-John Barker and Julia Scheele - £13.99
Activist-academic Meg-John Barker and cartoonist Julia Scheele illuminate the histories of queer thought and LGBTQ+ action in this groundbreaking non-fiction graphic novel.   From identity politics and gender roles to privilege and exclusion, ... more

God Help the Child - by Toni Morrison - £8.99
The potent new novel from the Nobel Laureate What you do to children matters. And they might never forget Sweetness wants to love her child, Bride, but she struggles to love her as a mother should. Bride, now glamorous, grown up, ebony-black ... more

Syria Burning: A Short History of a Catastrophe - by Charles Glass - £8.99
What are the origins of the Syrian crisis, and why did no one do anything to stop it?  Since the upsurge of the Arab Spring in 2011, the Syrian civil war has claimed in excess of 200,000 lives, with an estimated 8 million Syrians, more than a ... more

Alive, Alive Oh! And Other Things That Matter - by Diana Athill - £7.99
Several years ago, Diana Athill accepted that she could no longer live entirely independently, and moved to a retirement home in Highgate. There, she found herself released from the daily anxieties of caring for her own property, and free to settle i ... more

Hillsborough: The Truth (Updated edition) - by Phil Scraton - £10.99
This is the definitive, unique account of the disaster in which 96 men, women and children were killed, hundreds injured and thousands traumatised. It details the appalling treatment endured by the bereaved and survivors in the immediate aftermath, t ... more

The Man Who Made Things Out of Trees - by Robert Penn - £8.99
Robert Penn cut down an ash tree to see how many things could be made from it. After all, ash is the tree we have made the greatest and most varied use of over the course of human history. Journeying from Wales across Europe and Ireland to the USA, ... more

The Book of Dissent: Revolutionary Words from Three Millennia of Rebellion and Resistance - by Andrew Hsiao - £9.99
Throughout the ages and across every continent, people have struggled against those in power and raised their voices in protest - rallying others around them and inspiring uprisings in eras yet to come.  Their echoes reverberate from Ancient Gre ... more

The Buried Giant - by Kazuo Ishiguro - £8.99
'There's a journey we must go on, and no more delay ...' The extraordinary new novel from the author of Never Let Me Go and the Booker Prize-winning The Remains of the Day. The Romans have long since departed, and Britain is steadily declinin ... more

Submission - by Michel Houellebecq - £8.99
As the 2022 French Presidential election looms, two candidates emerge as favourites: Marine Le Pen of the Front National, and the charismatic Muhammed Ben Abbes of the growing Muslim Fraternity. Forming a controversial alliance with the political lef ... more

The Shipping Forecast - by Nic Compton - £9.99
The rhythmic lullaby of ‘North Utsire, South Utsire’ has been lulling the nation’s insomniacs to sleep for over 90 years. It has inspired songs, poetry and imaginations across the globe – as well as providing a very real service for the natio ... more

Conversations with McCartney - by Paul Du Noyer - £10.99
In June 1989, Paul Du Noyer was contacted by Paul McCartney's office in London and asked to interview the star as they had met once before and enjoyed a good raport. In the years that followed, Paul Du Noyer continued to meet, interview and work ... more

What are You Looking At? 150 Years of Modern Art in the Blink of an Eye - by Will Gompertz - £10.99
Move over Gombrich - there's a new art book in town! For sceptics, art lovers, and the millions of us who visit art galleries every year - and are confused - What Are You Looking At? by BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz is a wonderfully lively, acces ... more

The Shepherd's Crown - by Terry Pratchett - £7.99
A SHIVERING OF WORLDS Deep in the Chalk, something is stirring. The owls and the foxes can sense it, and Tiffany Aching feels it in her boots. An old enemy is gathering strength. This is a time of endings and beginnings, old friends and new, ... more

Trans: A Memoir - by Juliet Jacques, with an Afterword by Sheila Heti - £9.99
"Six weeks before sex reassignment surgery (SRS), I am obliged to stop taking my hormones. I suddenly feel very differently about my forthcoming operation."(Juliet Jacques) In July 2012, aged thirty, Juliet Jacques underwent sex reassignment surge ... more

I Call Myself a Feminist: The View from Twenty-Five Women Under Thirty - by Victoria Pepe - £9.99
Twenty-five girls and women under thirty tell us why they call themselves feminists. Punchy, bold, urgent. A book for our times. Is feminism still a dirty word? We asked twenty-five of the brightest, funniest, bravest young women what being a fem ... more

A Book for Her - by Bridget Christie - £8.99
Bridget Christie is a stand-up comedian, idiot and feminist. On the 30th of April 2012, a man farted in the Women's Studies Section of a bookshop and it changed her life forever.   A Book For Her details Christie's twelve years of anonymous t ... more

The William Morris Colouring Book - by William Morris - £9.99
Pick up your pencils and make each of these famed William Morris patterns your own.  Taking nature as his inspiration, William Morris created over a hundred intricate and iconic wallpaper, textile and embroidery designs. As much a poet and ac ... more

According to YES - by Dawn French - £7.99
Dawn French, number one bestselling author of A Tiny Bit Marvellous and Oh Dear Silvia, returns with her joyously funny new novel, According To YES.  The Foreign Land of the Very Wealthy - otherwise known as Manhattan's Upper East Side - has ... more

The Good Book: A Secular Bible - by A. C. Grayling - £12.99
Drawing on the wisdom of 2,500 years of contemplative non-religious writing on all that it means to be human from the origins of the universe to small matters of courtesy and kindness in everyday life A. C. Grayling, Britains most popular and wi ... more

The Loney - by Andrew Michael Hurley - £7.99
WINNER OF THE 2015 COSTA FIRST NOVEL AWARD   Two brothers. One mute, the other his lifelong protector.   Year after year, their family visits the same sacred shrine on a desolate strip of coastline known as the Loney, in desperate hope ... more

I've Always Kept a Unicorn: The Biography of Sandy Denny - by Mick Houghton - £12.99
I've Always Kept a Unicorn tells the story of Sandy Denny, one of the greatest British singers of her time and the first female singer-songwriter to produce a substantial and enduring body of original songs. Sandy Denny laid down the marker for folk ... more

Beatlebone - by Kevin Barry - £8.99
WINNER OF THE GOLDSMITHS PRIZE SHORTLISTED FOR THE IRISH BOOK AWARDS 2015  He will spend three days alone on his island. That is all that he asks... John is so many miles from love now and home. This is the story of his strangest trip.  John ... more

Being Red: A Politics for the Future - by Ken Livingstone - £12.99
How should the left govern? In the wake of a huge surge of interest in the Labour Party, Ken Livingstone serves up an insider's account of the Party and its future, at a pivotal moment in its history.  At a time when many are now looking to r ... more

Seriously Funny: The Endlessly Quotable Terry Pratchett - by Terry Pratchett - £9.99
Ill be more enthusiastic about encouraging thinking outside the box when theres evidence of any thinking going on inside it.   The most quotable writer of our time, Terry Pratchetts unique brand of wit made him both a bestseller and an en ... more

The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage: The (Mostly) True Story of the First Computer - by Sydney Padua - £12.99
In The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage Sydney Padua transforms one of the most compelling scientific collaborations into a hilarious set of adventures.  Meet two of Victorian London's greatest geniuses... Ada Lovelace, daughter of Lo ... more

A God in Ruins - by Kate Atkinson - £7.99
Kate Atkinsons dazzling Life After Life, one of the top selling adult books of 2014, explored the possibility of infinite chances, as Ursula Todd lived through the turbulent events of the last century again and again. In A God in Ruins, Atkinson tu ... more

Work Tends to Ruin Your Day - by Cath Tate - £7.99
In this brand-new title, part of her hugely popular ongoing series of hilarious gift books, Cath Tate, doyenne of the comedy greetings card, examines the world of work something we all have to do, although sometimes wed rather not! All the usual w ... more

Don't Trust, Don't Fear, Don't Beg: 100 Days as a Prisoner of Putin - by Ben Stewart - £9.99
There is a saying in Russian jails. Never ne boysya ne prosi: don't trust, don't fear, don't beg. Don't trust because life here will always disappoint you. Don't fear because whatever you're scared of, you are powerless to prevent it. And don't beg b ... more

Coming Out: The Emergence of LGBT Identities in Britain from the 19th Century to the Present - by Jeffrey Weeks - £14.99
The definitive history of the LGBT community's struggle for equality.   From the barbaric legal and social oppression of the nineteenth century to the seismic impact of the gay liberation movement in the 1970s and beyond, Coming Out maps the s ... more

Sophie and the Sibyl: A Victorian Romance - by Patricia Duncker - £8.99
Berlin, September 1872. The Duncker brothers, Max and Wolfgang, own a thriving publishing business in the city. Clever, irresponsible Max is as fond of gambling and brothels as the older, wiser, Wolfgang is of making a profit. When Max's bad habits g ... more

The Singing Bones - by Shaun Tan, with an Introduction by Neil Gaiman and Jack Zipes - £19.99
Shaun Tan fans get to see his extraordinary talent applied to sculpture in this award-winning, lavishly presented collection of art based on fairy tales told by the Brothers Grimm.   Artist Shaun Tan is world renowned for his singular vision a ... more

Women in Their Own Words: Quotations to Empower and Inspire - by Rebecca Foster (Editor) - £6.99
Words have the power to change our lives.   As writers and thinkers, mothers and daughters, creators and counsellors, women have given us countless words to enlighten, encourage, challenge and console. This timely collection of uplifting quota ... more

Promised You A Miracle: Why 1980-82 Made Modern Britain - by Andy Beckett - £10.99
A vivid, seminal portrait of early 1980s Britain: a period that changed Britain forever.   The early 1980s in Britain were a time of hope, and of dread: of Cold War tension and imminent conflict, when crowds in the street could mean an ecstati ... more

On the Move: A Life - by Oliver Sacks - £9.99
An impassioned, tender and joyous memoir by the author of Musicophilia and The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat. When Oliver Sacks was twelve years old, a perceptive schoolmaster wrote in his report: 'Sacks will go far, if he does not go too far' ... more

The Festival of Insignificance - by Milan Kundera - £7.99
Casting light on the most serious of problems and at the same time saying not one serious sentence; being fascinated by the reality of the contemporary world and at the same time completely avoiding realism - that's The Festival of Insignificance. Re ... more

The Japanese Lover - by Isabel Allende - £7.99
From New York Times and internationally bestselling author Isabel Allende, an exquisitely crafted love story and multigenerational epic that sweeps from San Francisco in the present-day to Poland and the United States during the Second World War. ... more

England's Dreaming: Sex Pistols and Punk Rock - by Jon Savage - £12.99
Jon Savage's Ralph Gleason Award-winning England's Dreaming is the ultimate book on punk, its progenitors, the Sex Pistols, and their time: the late 1970s. Full of anedcote, insight, and exclusive interviews, it tells the sensational story of the met ... more

Noonday - by Pat Barker - £8.99
In Noonday, Pat Barker - the Man Booker-winning author of the definitive WWI trilogy, Regeneration - turns for the first time to WWII. 'Afterwards, it was the horses she remembered, galloping towards them out of the orange-streaked darkness, thei ... more

Dead Funny: Encore - by Johnny Mains and Robin Ince (Editors) - £8.99
What happens when mirth turns to murder? When the screams are not from joy, but flesh-ripping pain? Dead Funny: Encore is the second helping of monstrous tales from the brightest lights in UK comedy.   Award winners Robin Ince and Johnny Mains ... more

Aurora - by Kim Stanley Robinson - £9.99
Our voyage from Earth began generations ago. Now, we approach our destination. A new home. Aurora. Brilliantly imagined and beautifully told, Aurora is the work of a writer at the height of his powers. ... more

City of Thorns: Nine Lives in the World's Largest Refugee Camp - by Ben Rawlence - £9.99
To the charity workers, Dadaab refugee camp is a humanitarian crisis; to the Kenyan government, it is a 'nursery for terrorists'; to the western media, it is a dangerous no-go area; but to its half a million residents, it is their last resort.   ... more

Spectacles: A Memoir - by Sue Perkins - £7.99
Spectacles is the hilarious, creative and incredibly moving memoir from much loved comedian, writer and presenter Sue Perkins. When I began writing this book, I went home to see if my mum had kept some of my stuff. What I found was that she had ... more

The Secret Footballer: Access All Areas - by The Secret Footballer - £8.99
Forgive your enemies, they say. Keep their addresses and keep notes, I say.   In Access All Areas, you'll learn how to buy three Premier League points for just GBP25,000, what it's really like to face a Football Association disciplinary hearing, a ... more

Girls Will be Girls: Dressing Up, Playing Parts and Daring to Act Differently - by Emer O'Toole - £8.99
Change the way you think about gender and feminism forever. With all the revolutionary zeal, laugh-out-loud humour and intelligence of Laura Bates, Caitlin Moran and Bell Hooks, Emer O'Toole explores what it really means to 'act like a girl'. Being ... more

The Chimes - by Anna Smaill - £8.99
A stunning debut composed of memory, music, love and freedom, The Chimes pulls you into a world that will captivate, enthral and inspire.  A Bookseller Best Debut of 2015 One to Watch 2015 Huffington PostAn Amazon Rising Star "The Chimes ... more

Heretic: Why Islam Needs a Reformation Now - by Ayaan Hirsi Ali - £8.99
Continuing her journey from a deeply religious Islamic upbringing to a post at Harvard, the brilliant, charismatic and controversial New York Times and Globe and Mail #1 bestselling author of Infidel and Nomad makes a powerful plea for a Muslim Refor ... more

The Sick Bag Song - by Nick Cave - £9.99
The Sick Bag Song chronicles Cave's journey with his band the Bad Seeds on a twenty-two-day, North American tour. It is a highly personal account that blends memories, musings, poetry, lyrics, flights of fancy and road journal.   Drawing inspi ... more

The Watchmaker of Filigree Street - by Natasha Pulley - £8.99

The Idea of Israel: A History of Power and Knowledge - by Ilan Pappe - £9.99
A major new history of Zionism and Israel, by the renowned author of The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine.   Since its foundation in 1948, Israel has drawn on Zionism, the movement behind its creation, to provide a sense of self and political dir ... more

Winnie-the-Pooh's Little Book of Wisdom - by A.A. Milne - £5.99
Winnie-the-Pooh's Little Book of Wisdom is a honeypot full of Wise Words and Useful Advice from the Bear of Very Little Brain. With topics ranging from the 'Art of Disguise' to 'Gastronomic Disappointment', this humorous book gives you Pooh's unique ... more

The Trial of Roger Casement - by Fionnuala Doran - £12.99
“The extraordinary life of Roger Casement: celebrated humanitarian and condemned Irish revolutionary”   In 1911, Roger Casement was knighted by King George V for his groundbreaking humanitarian work in Africa and South America. Five years late ... more

Jakob's Colours - by Lindsay Hawdon - £8.99
Inspired by the lost voices of the Romany Holocaust this heartbreaking and tender novel will appeal to readers who loved Sophie's Choice, Schindler's Ark and The Book Thief.   Austria, 1944. Jakob, a gypsy boy - half Roma, half Yenish - runs, ... more

Saving Safa: Rescuing a Little Girl from FGM - by Waris Dirie - £8.99
From the bestselling author of Desert Flower: the true story of saving a young girl from FGM.  Waris Dirie, the Somalia nomad who became a supermodel, and an anti-FGM activist, first came to the world's attention with the publication of her a ... more

John le Carre: The Biography - by Adam Sisman - £9.99
Over half a century since The Spy Who came in from the Cold made John le Carr a worldwide, bestselling sensation, David Cornwell, the man behind the pseudonym, remains an enigma. He has consistently quarried his life for his writing, and his novels ... more

Headscarves and Hymens: Why the Middle East Needs a Sexual Revolution - by Mona Eltahawy - £8.99
`A ground-breaking call to arms against misogyny in the Arab world by award-winning journalist Mona Eltahawy, author of Why Do They Hate Us?, the article which went viral and was debated around the globe. In November 2011, Mona Eltahawy came to wor ... more

The Shepherd's Life: A Tale of the Lake District - by James Rebanks - £8.99
From James Rebanks, the Herdwick Shepherd, comes The Shepherd's Life, a story of the Lake District and its people which could redefine the literature of rural life. Some people's lives are entirely their own creations. James Rebanks' isn't. The ... more

SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome - by Mary Beard - £9.99
Sunday Times Top 10 Bestseller   Ancient Rome matters.Its history of empire, conquest, cruelty and excess is something against which we still judge ourselves. Its myths and stories - from Romulus and Remus to the Rape of Lucretia - still strik ... more

Bookshops - by Jorge Carrión - £16.99
A journey around the world by way of its best bookshops - the perfect present for book-lovers   Why do bookshops matter? How do they filter our ideas and literature? In this inventive and highly entertaining extended essay, Jorge Carrion takes ... more

Angry White People: Coming Face-to-Face with the British Far Right - by Hsiao-Hung Pai - £12.99
Theyve taken over our culture and our way of life. Britain for whites only. Islam is Britains biggest problem. These are not strange words in Britain today, nor are the irate faces of far right street mobs strangers to our screens. In this fa ... more

The Year of Living Danishly: Uncovering the Secrets of the World's Happiest Country - by Helen Russell - £8.99
When she was suddenly given the opportunity of a new life in rural Jutland, journalist and archetypal Londoner Helen Russell discovered a startling statistic: the happiest place on earth isn't Disneyland, but Denmark, a land often thought of by forei ... more

The Silk Roads: A New History of the World - by Peter Frankopan - £10.99
The sun is setting on the Western world. Slowly but surely, the direction in which the world spins has reversed: where for the last five centuries the globe turned westwards on its axis, it now turns to the east...   For centuries, fame and fo ... more

Walking Away - by Simon Armitage - £8.99
Not content with walking the Pennine Way as a modern day troubadour, an experience recounted in his bestselling and prize-winning Walking Home, the restless poet has followed up that journey with a walk of the same distance but through the very oppos ... more

The Gap of Time: The Winter's Tale Retold - by Jeanette Winterson - £8.99
"All of us have talismanic texts that we have carried around and that carry us around. I have worked with The Winters Tale in many disguises for many years... And I love cover versions "(Jeanette Winterson) The Winters Tale is one of Shakespear ... more

So You've Been Publicly Shamed - by Jon Ronson - £8.99
From the Sunday Times top ten bestselling author of The Psychopath Test, a captivating and brilliant exploration of one of our world's most underappreciated forces: shame. 'It's about the terror, isn't it?' 'The terror of what?' I said. 'The te ... more

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