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:
Faber's first novel in twelves years tells the story of Peter, a devoted missionary on the journey of a lifetime, galaxies away from his beloved wife Bea. It is a tale of adventure, faith and the ties that hold two people together when they are worlds apart. Now exclusively available on audio.
We are ecstatic to be releasing Booker Prize winner, Kazuo Ishiguro's, A Pale View of the Hills, An Artist of the Floating World, and When We Were Orphans on audio. These titles will join our growing list that already includes Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go, Remains of the Day, and Nocturnes. With readers including Dominic West, Kerry Fox, and Michael Maloney, which one will be your favourite?