When You Were Mine by Michael Robotham

I find it unbelievable that I’m a Robovirgin ... please don’t tell the publisher! This was a cracking good read with a great premise...

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The 22 Murders Of Madison May by Max Barry

What does it take to stop a serial killer who stalks his victim across parallel universes? This book really shouldn’t work as an edge of y...

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Stonefields by the Seasons by Paul Bangay

When this book arrived in-store we immediately stopped what we were doing to behold it. Trust me when I say it’s easy to spend hours pouri...

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The Good Life by Hannah Moloney

This book had me at “making your own cheese”. Forget everything else, that’s my entire new life goal. It’s also a beauti...

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The Little Veggie Patch Co: An A-Z Guide to Growing Food in Small Spaces by Fabian Capomolla & Mat Pember

For anyone with a small space who still wants to put down roots, this little book will tell you how. Pick a plant! Open the book! Read all about...

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Futuresteading by Jade Miles

This book is a whole vibe of living slowly, simply, and with a deep connection to the physical world. A handbook for building sustainable practi...

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My Suburban Garden by Ainslee Costa

Let your rustic farm aesthetic bloom with this gorgeous book! It’s full of useful information on crafts, cooking, and suburban farming, as...

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Grow Your Own by Angus Stewart & Simon Leake

I’m going to tell you a secret. People are always saying “wow, Ally, you know so much about gardening”. I don’t. I just ...

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Empire of the Vampire by Jay Kristoff

I am in no way surprised that I loved this book. The hype has been huge. The story is all that I hope for, juicy, fast, bloody and thick with wi...

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Beautiful World, Where are You by Sally Rooney

Fans of Sally Rooney rejoice, because the literary darling has once more blessed us with a thought-provoking examination of relationships and th...

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Realm Breaker by Victoria Aveyard

An immortal warrior who has lost everything, an assassin who only cares for gold, a squire without a knight to follow, and a pirate's daught...

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Snow Country by Sebastian Faulks

I thought I wasn’t in the mood for a Faulks until I found myself awake at 3am still reading. Yep, it’s a war novel and features his ...

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Burnt Sugar by Avni Doshi

Unsurprisingly this needle-sharp novel was shortlisted for the 2020 Booker. It is an unflinching look at intimate relationships, particularly be...

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Becoming by Michelle Obama

New into paperback and in many ways more absorbing and interesting than Barack Obama’s brilliant A Promised Land. There’s a thoughtf...

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London, Burning by Anthony Quinn

I’m always delighted to get my hands on one of Anthony Quinn’s novels. London features heavily, his writing is beautiful and his oh-...

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The Echo Chamber by John Boyne

This novel ranges from prompting a wry smile to a guffaw…unless you’re a millennial! They get their own back as everyone gets a ser...

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The Women of Troy Pat Barker

A masterful retelling of the Iliad from the point of view of the women who lived through the war. Queens enslaved and newly influential slaves, ...

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Take One Fish by Josh Niland

Josh Niland’s second book continues his mission to redefine how we approach fish cookery, and I think it’s a more approachable and m...

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The Comfort Book by Matt Haig

Heartwarming, meaningful, philosophical, sad, funny, hopeful, grounding, and every other word you could possibly think of! A literal hug in book...

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Henry Hamlet's Heart by Rhiannon Wilde

It has it all, humour, nostalgia, authenticity – it really is the perfect coming of age story. You will fall in love with Henry and Len&rs...

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