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  • - A story of life, death and the NHS
    by Michael Rosen
    £9.99 - 12.99

    Embarking on the long road to recovery, Michael was soon ready to start writing about his near-death experience. Combining stunning new prose poems by one of Britain's best loved poets and the moving coronavirus diaries of his nurses, doctors and wife Emma-Louise Williams, this is a beautiful book about love, life and the NHS.

  • - Organising, Crafting & Creating Happiness in a Messy World
    by Stacey Solomon
    £9.99 - 12.99

    It's a chance for me to forget about the things going on in the world around me for a minute. I hope this book helps you to lose yourself for a moment, too - and that you enjoy reading it and even, maybe, having a go at some of the bits inside. Lots of Love, to the moon and backStacey x

  • by Sarah (Singer) Harding
    £16.49

    'I can't rewrite history; Because, somewhere - amongst the nightclubs, the frocks and hairdos, the big chart hits, and the glamour of being a popstar - the other Sarah Harding got utterly lost. And all I want is for you to hear her out.'This is Sarah Harding, in her own words.

  • by Michelle Obama
    £7.99 - 19.99

  • - Cannon Hall Farm
    by Nicholson Family
    £16.49

    The tough and touching tale of a real Yorkshire family farm.

  • - The secret diary of an anti-social behaviour officer
    by Nick Pettigrew
    £8.99 - 12.25

    wickedly funny, wearily endearing and absolutely enraging' CAROLINE SANDERSON, Bookseller'Extraordinary, fascinating, very moving and very funny' CHRISTINE LAMPARD'A funny, thoughtful look into one of the toughest jobs I can imagine' SHAPPI KORSANDI

  • - the Sunday Times bestseller
    by Monty Don
    £6.99

    The Sunday Times bestseller. A year at home in the country with Monty Don - the UK's favourite gardener, dog owner, writer and broadcaster - on a personal journey through the natural year, season by season, month by month.

  • by Captain Tom Moore
    £9.99 - 11.49

  • by Mrs Hinch
    £7.99 - 15.99

  • - The debut book from Florence Given
    by Florence Given
    £8.49 - 9.49

    'The Beauty Myth' for the Instagram generation.

  • - Stop pleasing, start living
    by Glennon Doyle
    £6.99 - 10.77

    From the beloved New York Times bestselling author, speaker and activist Glennon Doyle.*****For many years, Glennon Doyle denied her discontent. At first, Glennon assumed these words came to her from on high but soon she realised they had come to her from within.

  • - Memoirs of A Survivor
    by Alicia Appleman-Jurman
    £6.49

    Here is a thrilling, uplifting story of true-life heroism -- Alicia's story is one that the young must hear and their elders must remember.

  • - My story of survival from within the camp
    by Eddy de Wind
    £8.49 - 15.49

  • by Mohamedou Ould Slahi
    £9.49

    The international bestseller that set the world on fire, told in full: Mohamedou Ould Slahi's unflinching account of his fourteen years of detention without charge in Guantanamo Bay

  • - How I Play
    by Kobe Bryant
    £25.49

    The first book from the basketball superstar Kobe Bryant-a lavish, deep dive inside the mind of one of the most revered athletes of all time.

  • - The inspiring true story of a young girl surviving Mengele's hell
    by Lisa Rojany Buccieri & Eva Mozes Kor
    £6.34

    The heart-breaking and inspiring memoir of a 10-year-old Auschwitz twin.

  • by Paul Kalanithi
    £7.49 - 8.99

    At the age of thirty-six, on the verge of completing a decade's training as a neurosurgeon, Paul Kalanithi was diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer. One day he was a doctor, the next he was a patient struggling to live. In this book, he offers a life-affirming reflection on facing our mortality and on the relationship between doctor and patient.

  • - The Sunday Times bestseller, shortlisted for the 2018 Costa Biography Award & The Wainwright Prize
    by Raynor Winn
    £5.99 - 8.49

  • - Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor
    by Adam Kay
    £4.99 - 14.49

    The often hilarious, at times horrifying and occasionally heartbreaking diaries of a former junior doctor, and the story of why he decided to hang up his stethoscope.

  • by Edith Eger
    £8.49

    THE AWARDWINNING, INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER'The Choice is a gift to humanity. One of those rare and eternal stories that you don't want to end and that leave you forever changed' DESMOND TUTU, Nobel Peace Prize LaureateIn 1944, sixteen-year-old Edith Eger was sent to Auschwitz.

  • - All The Best Cleaning Tips To Shine Your Sink And Soothe Your Soul
    by Mrs Hinch
    £8.49 - 11.99

  • by Jake Tyler
    £9.99 - 12.47

  • - The Story and Secrets of a Twentieth-Century Jewish Family
    by Hadley Freeman
    £4.99 - 12.49

    The Sunday Times bestseller 'An utterly engrossing book' Nigella Lawson 'Remarkable and gripping' Edmund de Waal 'A near-perfect study of Jewish identity in the 20th century ... I don't hesitate to call it a masterpiece' Telegraph After her grandmother died, Hadley Freeman travelled to her apartment to try and make sense of a woman she'd never really known. Sala Glass was a European expat in America - defiantly clinging to her French influences, famously reserved, fashionable to the end - yet to Hadley much of her life remained a mystery. Sala's experience of surviving one of the most tumultuous periods in modern history was never spoken about. When Hadley found a shoebox filled with her grandmother's treasured belongings, it started a decade-long quest to find out their haunting significance and to dig deep into the extraordinary lives of Sala and her three brothers. The search takes Hadley from Picasso's archives in Paris to a secret room in a farmhouse in Auvergne to Long Island and to Auschwitz. By piecing together letters, photos and an unpublished memoir, Hadley brings to life the full story of the Glass siblings for the first time: Alex's past as a fashion couturier and friend of Dior and Chagall; trusting and brave Jacques, a fierce patriot for his adopted country; and the brilliant Henri who hid in occupied France - each of them made extraordinary bids for survival during the Second World War. And alongside her great-uncles' extraordinary acts of courage in Vichy France, Hadley discovers her grandmother's equally heroic but more private form of female self-sacrifice. A moving memoir following the Glass siblings throughout the course of the twentieth-century as they each make their own bid for survival, House of Glass explores assimilation, identity and home - issues that are deeply relevant today. This audiobook includes an exclusive interview between Hadley Freeman and her editor, in which they discuss the themes of the book and illuminate further on some of the extraordinary events detailed within.

  • by Helen Stephens & from you to me
    £18.99

    Bump to Birthday - a beautifully designed, colour illustrated, combined pregnancy and first year baby journal - will inspire any parent-to-be to capture the unique story of the journey of pregnancy and baby's precious first year.

  • - The Real-Life Confessions of a Contract Killer
    by Anonymous
    £6.95

    An account of a life lived between our world and a shadowy underworld of criminals, a life lived under the radar of the law, a life lived in death. This is the true story of a hitman.

  • by Chanel Miller
    £4.99 - 7.49

  • by George Orwell
    £5.49 - 9.49

    'You have talked so often of going to the dogs - and well, here are the dogs, and you have reached them.' George Orwell's vivid memoir of his time among the desperately poor and destitute in London and Paris is a moving tour of the underworld of society. Here he painstakingly documents a world of unrelenting drudgery and squalor - sleeping in bug-infested hostels and doss houses, working as a dishwasher in the vile 'H tel X', living alongside tramps, surviving on scraps and cigarette butts - in an unforgettable account of what being down and out is really like.Includes an introduction by Dervla Murphy, as well as definitive footnotes assigned to Orwell.

  • - How one extraordinary guide dog changed my world
    by Amit Patel
    £3.99 - 14.99

    The moving true story of Dr Amit Patel, who lost his sight in just thirty-six hours, and Kika, the guide dog who changed his world.

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