Our Recommendations

Into Thin Air

into thin airBy Jon Krakauer (Paperback: £8.99)

A recent book group choice. This book is the true story of a 24-hour period on Everest, when members of three separate expeditions were caught in a storm and faced a battle against hurricane-force winds, exposure, and the effects of altitude. I found it to be a compelling and facinating read and, ultimately, a very moving and sobering tale.



Life After Life

life after lifeBy Kate Atkinson (Paperback: £7.99)

This is a wonderfully skillful book. The herione, Ursula, lives her life again and again, each time trying to prevent traumas of past lives. Despite the scale of the book Atkinson still manages to build the reader's affection for the characters. I was sad to finish.


andrew miller pureBy Andrew Miller (Paperback: £8.99)

Who says a book about corpses and graveyards is a strange subject? Well it is ...but this is a beautiful.


The Dog Who Dared to Dream

dog who dared to dreamBy Sun-Mi Hwang (Paperback: £7.00)

Another gem from the South Korean author of 'The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly'

Adventures in Being Human

adventures in being  human

By Gavin Francis (Paperback:£14.99)

We read this for Book Club and universally found it fascinating. Full of tales and facts. Totally absorbing.

The Missing

the missingBy Tim Gautreaux (Paperback:£9.99)

An enthralling story set in 1920's New Orleans, backwoods Louisiana on a riverboat. As Sam searches for his missing child he also tries to solve a family mystery. One of our customer's favourite books from the last three years. A joy to read.


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