• The Heavens

    Sandra Newman

    An astonishing novel, beautifully and idiosyncractically written, in which a young woman in love falls asleep in a utopian New York and wakes in the 16th century, convinced that she must save the world. The catch: each time she returns to the first few years of the 21st century, that modern world is a little worse, and a little more like our own. This is not science fiction, nor quite a historical novel, but something much stranger. SN has received some ecstatic reviews, not least for holding such a bonkers plot together with such assurance, but it’s the language of this book that really shines. In the midst of her dreams, SN’s heroine is “on the right track at last — she felt it — riding secretly, directly, to save the world. She would make the world perfect — so she felt — and the wild night meadows of its youth acquiesced. She was a candle in the night, a bright seed of heaven.”

    Hardback £12.99
  • Sunfall

    Jim Al-Khalili

    Curiously, a first novel – or techno-thriller – from the renowned physicist, academic and good egg, OBE.

    Hardback £16.99
  • Salt Slow

    Julia Armfield

    An eerie collection of short fiction from the winner of the White Review’s Short Story Prize 2018.

    Hardback £12.99
  • Lost Property

    Laura Beatty

    LB is a fine writer, and this is a remarkable novel combining a voyage across Europe in a decrepit van with a voyage through the continent’s history.

    Hardback £14.99
  • The Stranger from the Sea

    Paul Binding

    A moving re-imagining of Ibsen’s ‘The Lady From the Sea’, set in an English Channel town.

    Hardback £24.00
  • The Language Of Birds

    Jill Dawson

    A compelling novel inspired by the Lord Lucan case.

    Hardback £18.99
  • Dawn

    Selahattin Demirtas

    Short stories from the Turkey’s most famous political prisoner, the former head of the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party who ran for president in 2018 from behind bars.

    Hardback £10.99
  • Gun Island

    Amitav Ghosh

    As you might expect from this remarkable writer, his new novel has a global span and represents a powerful attempt to address the world in which his intelligent characters live.

    Hardback £20.00
  • This Brutal House

    Niven Govinden

    Set amidst the salvaged glamour and defiance of New York’s drag ball scene.

    Hardback £14.99