Our best-selling titles, new releases and the good old classics are all here so whether you love Nick Cave’s dark imagination, being tickled by Tim Key’s poetical gems, or taking a quick dip into Miranda July's quirky short stories, there’s something to suit every taste. Spoilt for choice?
This month we recommend:
The story of Dean Jocelin and his belief that God has chosen him to erect a spire on his cathedral, despite there being no foundations, was first published in 1964. Half a century later, and 60 years after the publication of Golding's classic, Lord of the Flies, Benedict Cumberbatch has brought this disastrous tale back to life. The Spire is a dark and powerful portrait of one man's will, and the folly that he creates. Listen exclusively here.