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  • by Kathleen Glasgow
    £4.99 - 8.99

    A Barnes & Noble Best Young Adult Books of 2016 | A New York Public Library Best Books for Teens in 2016| An Amazon Best YA Books of 2016 Charlie Davis is in pieces. At seventeen, she's already lost more than most people lose in a lifetime. But she's learned how to forget it through cutting; the pain washes out the sorrow until there is nothing but calm. She doesn't have to think about her father or what happened under the bridge. Her best friend, Ellis, who is gone forever. Or the mother who has nothing left to give her. Kicked out of a special treatment center when her insurance runs out, Charlie finds herself in the bright and wild landscape of Tucson, Arizona, where she begins the unthinkable: the long journey of putting herself back together.

  • - Quantum Worlds and the Emergence of Spacetime
    by Sean Carroll
    £6.99 - 18.99

    The great genius of modern physics explains why quantum theory makes perfect sense

  • - The Illuminae Files: Book 1
    by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
    £3.99 - 8.99

    Brad Pitt's Plan B Entertainment and Warner Bros are set to bring YA sci-fi novel Illuminae to the big screen. The year is 2575 and two mega-corporations are at war over a planet that's little more than an ice covered speck. Too bad nobody thought to warn the people living on it. With enemy fire raining down on them Ezra and Kady have to make their escape on the evacuating fleet. But their troubles are just beginning. A deadly plague has broken out on one of the space ships and it is mutating with terrifying results. Their ships protection is seriously flawed. No one will say what is going on. As Kady hacks into a tangled web of data to find the truth its clear only one person can help her. Ezra. And the only problem with that is they split up before all this trouble started and she isn't supposed to be talking to him. A fantastically original, heart-stopping adventure where everything is definitely more dangerous than it seems. Can't get enough Jay Kristoff & Amie Kaufman? Aurora Rising, the first in an epic new trilogy is out May 7.

  • - The Illuminae Files: Book 2
    by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
    £3.99 - 7.99

    Moving to a space station at the edge of the galaxy was always going to be the death of Hanna's social life, nobody said it might actually get her killed

  • by Richard Adams
    £7.99 - 13.99

    A phenomenal worldwide bestseller for over forty years, Richard Adams' spellbinding classic Watership Down is one of the best-loved novels of all time. Set in the beautiful English countryside of the Berkshire Downs, a once idyllic rural landscape, this stirring tale of adventure, courage, and survival follows a band of very special rabbits fleeing the destruction of their home by a developer. Led by a stout-hearted pair of brothers, they leave the safety of Sandleford Warren in search of a safe haven and a mysterious promised land, skirting danger at every turn.

  • by Stephen Fry, Jordan B. Peterson, Michelle Goldberg & et al.
    £4.99 - 8.49

    Has political correctness gone too far?

  • by Kathleen Glasgow
    £4.99 - 8.99

    ';Kathleen Glasgow expands our hearts and invites in a little more humanity.' Val Emmich, author of Dear Evan Hansen ';An unflinching tale of addiction.' Amy Beashel, author of The Sky Is Mine ';Raw, honest and overflowing with feelings.' Erin Hahn, author of You'd Be MineFrom the New York Times bestselling author of Girl in Pieces and How to Make Friends with the Dark comes a breathtaking contemporary YA about addiction, family and finding your voice. The quiet one, the obedient one, the reliable one. Emmy has spent her life being told exactly who she is. Not strong-willed like her beautiful sister Maddie and not in rehab like her wild brother Joey. But when a tragic accident changes life in her small town forever, can Emmy keep up the act?

  • by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
    £3.99 - 7.99

    Asha Grant came to Kerenza to escape her past. Too bad he just caught up with her.Asha survived BeiTech's initial assault and has been working undercover with the hopelessly outmatched resistance ever since. The last thing she expected to worry about was her ex-boyfriend, Rhys Lindstrom who just landed planetside. Is he her way out or guarantee she never gets off this frozen rock alive?But Asha's not the only one with problems. Her cousin Kady's ragtag band of survivors are headed for Kerenza without enough oxygen to last the journey. Oh, and there might be an insurrection brewing.With BeiTech hurrying to repair their damaged jump gate, and a mass extermination planned for the Kerenza civilians, only a miracle could save them now. And everyone knows that miracles are just statistical probabilitiesright?BRIEFING NOTE: From bestselling author duo Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff and select journal entries from Marie Lu comes the heart-stopping, heartbreaking finale in the trilogy that broke the mould and has been called ';stylistically mesmerizing' and ';out-of-this-world awesome.'

  • by Peace Adzo Medie
    £1.99 - 12.49

    A REESE WITHERSPOON'S BOOK CLUB PICK MARIE CLAIRE'S OCTOBER BOOK CLUB SELECTION ';A Crazy Rich Asians for West Africa.' Kirkus, starred review ';Elikem married me in absentia; he did not come to our wedding.' Afi Tekple is a young seamstress living in a small town in Ghana with her widowed mother. Afi's future doesn't seem to hold much excitement. Until, that is, she is offered a life-changing opportunity a proposal of marriage from the wealthy family of Elikem Ganyo. She barely knows Elikem, but that seems a small price to pay for a marriage that could offer her family financial security, as well as the key to the glitzy city lifestyle she's always wanted. But when Afi arrives in Accra, she realises that her fairy-tale ending might not be all that she'd hoped for. Now she must balance the often conflicting roles of wife, daughter, niece and sister-in-law, without losing sight of herself. Bursting with warmth and humour, His Only Wife is a witty, smart and moving comedy-of-manners about the search for independence, and the rules that might have to be broken along the way.

  • - Soleimani, the US, and Iran's Global Ambitions
    by Arash Azizi
    £6.99 - 18.99

    Reveals how Qassem Soleimani became the military mastermind who established Iran as a major power in the Middle East

  • - A Beginner's Guide
    by Vaclav Smil
    £4.99 - 7.49

    With one famous equation, E=mc2, Einstein proved all matter can be described as energy. It is everywhere and it is everything. In this newly updated and engaging introduction, renowned scientist Vaclav Smil explores energy in all its facets from the inner workings of the human body to what we eat, the car we drive and the race for more efficient and eco-friendly fuels. Energy: A Beginner's Guide highlights the importance of energy in both past and present societies, by shedding light on the science behind global warming and efforts to prevent it, and by revealing how our daily decisions affect energy consumption. Whether you're looking for dinner table conversation or to further your own understanding, this book will amaze and inform, uncovering the truths and exposing the myths behind one of the most important concepts in our universe.

  • by Ilan Pappe
    £6.99 - 9.99

    The book that is providing a storm of controversy, from ';Israel's bravest historian' (John Pilger)Renowned Israeli historian, Ilan Pappe's groundbreaking book revisits the formation of the State of Israel. Between 1947 and 1949, over 400 Palestinian villages were deliberately destroyed, civilians were massacred and around a million men, women, and children were expelled from their homes at gunpoint. Denied for almost six decades, had it happened today it could only have been called "e;ethnic cleansing"e;. Decisively debunking the myth that the Palestinian population left of their own accord in the course of this war, Ilan Pappe offers impressive archival evidence to demonstrate that, from its very inception, a central plank in Israel's founding ideology was the forcible removal of the indigenous population. Indispensable for anyone interested in the current crisis in the Middle East.

  • by Xiran Jay Zhao
    £4.99 - 12.99

    Instant New York Times No.1 Bestseller Science fiction and East Asian myth combine in this dazzling retelling of the rise of Wu Zetian, the only female emperor in Chinese history. ';This is the historical-inspired, futuristic sci-fi mash-up of my wildest dreams.' Chloe Gong ';Raging against the patriarchy in spectacular style.' Observer, best books of the year ';Think The Handmaid's Tale meets Pacific Rim and buckle up.' Shelley Parker-Chan ';Like its ferocious heroine, Iron Widow is brutal, bloodthirsty and full of rage.' Julie C. Dao I have no faith in love. Love cannot save me. I choose vengeance. The boys of Huaxia dream of the celebrity status that comes with piloting Chrysalises giant transforming robots that battle the aliens beyond the Great Wall. Their female co-pilots are expected to serve as concubines and sacrifice their lives. When 18-year-old Zetian offers herself up as a concubine-pilot, her plan is to assassinate the ace male pilot responsible for her sister's death. But on miraculously emerging from the cockpit unscathed after her first battle, she is declared an Iron Widow the most feared pilot of all. Now that Zetian has had a taste of power, she sets her sights on bigger things. The time has come to stop more girls from being sacrificed.

  • - 'Raw and moving' Cosmopolitan
    by Angeline Boulley
    £0.00 - 7.99

    For fans of Angie Thomas and Tommy Orange comes a ground-breaking YA thriller about a Native American teen who must root out the corruption in her community

  • - Seeking the Snow Leopard in Tibet
    by Sylvain Tesson
    £12.99

  • by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
    £6.99 - 12.99

    From the New York Times and internationally bestselling authors of The Illuminae Files comes a new science fiction epic...

  • by Chad Orzel
    £4.99 - 6.93

    In this international bestseller, Orzel explains the key theories of quantum physics, taking his dog Emmys anarchic behaviour as a starting point. Could she use quantum tunnelling to get through the neighbours fence? How about diffracting round a tree to chase squirrels? From quarks and gluons to Heisenbergs uncertainty principle, this is a uniquely entertaining way to unlock the secrets of the universe.

  • - Raising the Kanneh-Masons
    by Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason
    £6.99 - 15.99

    The most talented musical family in the world. For the first time, mother Kadie Kanneh-Mason shares her unique story.

  • - A History of the Afterlife
    by Bart D. Ehrman
    £6.99 - 14.23

    The bestselling historian of early Christianity takes on two of the most gripping questions of human existence - where did the ideas of heaven and hell come from, and why do they endure?

  • - Tales from a life without technology
    by Mark Boyle
    £4.99 - 7.99

    It was 11pm when I checked my email for the last time and turned off my phone for what I hoped would be forever.

  • - 'Breathtaking and heartbreaking, and I loved it with all my heart.' Jennifer Niven
    by Kathleen Glasgow
    £4.99 - 8.99

    The story of an awful, universe-gone-mad-mistake, and one girl's emotional battle for clarity and forgiveness

  • by Durian Sukegawa
    £4.99 - 6.99

    A charming tale of friendship, love and loneliness in contemporary Japan

  • by Per J. Andersson
    £8.49

    Slumdog Millionaire - but for real!

  • by Sun-Mi Hwang
    £4.99 - 8.49

    A TOP TEN INDIE PUBLISHERS' FICTION BESTSELLER FOR 2014 AN INDEPENDENT BOOK OF THE YEAR 2014 PICK A WATERSTONES BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR 2014 PICK A BOOKSELLER BOOK OF THE YEAR 2014 PICK This is the story of a hen named Sprout. No longer content to lay eggs on command only to have them carted off to the market, she glimpses her future every morning through the barn doors, where the other animals roam free, and comes up with a plan to escape into the wildand to hatch an egg of her own. An anthem for individuality and motherhood, The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly has captivated millions of readers in Korea. Now the novel is making its way around the world, where it has the potential to inspire generations of readers the way Jonathan Livingston Seagull or The Alchemist have. And with Nomoco's evocative illustrations throughout, this first English-language edition beautifully captures the journey of an unforgettable character in world literature.

  • - How Killing Bacteria Creates Modern Plagues
    by Martin Blaser
    £4.99 - 10.49

    A clarion call to save humanity's most essential fellow creatures and our health Far beneath our skin exists an unfathomable, ancient universe an internal ecosystem that is critical to our health. Dr Martin Blaser invites us into the wilds of the human ';microbiome', unfurling its inner workings and evolution. For thousands of years, bacteria and human cells have co-existed in a relationship that has ensured the health and equilibrium of our body. But now, much like the natural world outside of us, our internal environment is being irrevocably destroyed. The culprit: some of our most revered medical advances antibiotics which appear to be linked to the epidemics of asthma, eczema, obesity, certain forms of cancer, and other diseases plaguing modern society. In a book that stands as the Silent Spring of its day, Blaser sounds a provocative alarm that we ignore at our peril.

  • - The Final Days of the Soviet Union
    by Serhii Plokhy
    £5.99 - 25.00

    BY THE AUTHOR OF CHERNOBYL: HISTORY OF A TRAGEDY, WINNER OF THE BAILLIE GIFFORD PRIZE 2018 WINNER OF THE PUSHKIN HOUSE RUSSIAN BOOK PRIZE 2015 On Christmas Day 1991 Mikhail Gorbachev resigned as president of the Soviet Union. By the next day the USSR was officially no more and the USA had emerged as the world's sole superpower. Award-winning historian Serhii Plokhy presents a page-turning account of the preceding five months of drama, filled with failed coups d'tat and political intrigue. Honing in on this previously disregarded but crucial period and using recently declassified documents and original interviews with key participants, he shatters the established myths of 1991 and presents a bold new interpretation of the Soviet Union's final months. Plokhy argues that contrary to the triumphalist Western narrative, George H. W. Bush desperately wanted to preserve the Soviet Union and keep Gorbachev in power, and that it was Ukraine and not the US that played the key role in the collapse of the Soviet Union. The consequences of those five months and the myth-making that has since surrounded them are still being felt in Crimea, Russia, the US, and Europe today. With its spellbinding narrative and strikingly fresh perspective, The Last Empire is the essential account of one of the most important watershed periods in world history, and is indispensable reading for anyone seeking to make sense of international politics today.

  • by Geoffrey Parrinder
    £5.99

    An essential introduction to the influence of Jesus in contemporary Qur'anic teachingsIn Jesus in the Qur'an, written for both Christians and Muslims, for specialists as well as general readers, Parrinder offers a study of Qur'anic teachings about the birth, life, work, death and resurrection of Jesus. Parrinder explores all ninety-three verses in the Qur'an in which Jesus is mentioned, setting them in the context of the work as a whole and drawing parallels with the Christian gospels wherever possible.

  • - Transform Your Brain with the New Science of Kindness
    by Daniel Siegel
    £5.99 - 9.49

    Daniel Siegel coined the term 'mindsight' to describe the innovative integration of brain science with the practice of psychotherapy. Using interactive examples and case histories from his clinical practice, Dr Siegel shows how mindsight can be applied to alleviate a range of psychological and interpersonal problems. With warmth and humour, he shows us how to observe the working of our minds, allowing us to understand why we think, feel, and act the way we do, and how, by following the proper steps, we can literally change the wiring and architecture of our brains.

  • - How to Find and Keep Lasting Love
    by Helen Fisher
    £8.49

    Based on Dr Fisher's groundbreaking personality type study, in which she analyzed the personalities of more than 28,000 match.com users, Why Him? Why Her? provides a formula for long-term love that is based on cutting-edge discoveries in evolutionary neurology.

  • by Amie Kaufman
    £4.99 - 11.49

    The squad you love is out of time. Prepare for the thrilling finale in the epic, bestselling Aurora Cycle series about a band of unlikely heroes who just might be the galaxy's last hope for survival. Is this the end? What happens when you ask a bunch of losers, discipline cases and misfits to save the galaxy from an ancient evil? The ancient evil wins, of course. Wait . . . Not. So. Fast. When we last saw Squad 312, they were working together seamlessly (aka, freaking out) as an intergalactic battle raged and an ancient superweapon threatened to obliterate Earth. Everything went horribly wrong, naturally. But as it turns out, not all endings are endings, and the team has one last chance to rewrite theirs. Maybe two. It's complicated. Cue Zila, Fin and Scarlett (and Magellan!) making friends, making enemies and making history? Sure, no problem. Cue Tyler, Kal and Auri joining forces with two of the galaxy's most hated villains? Um, okay, yeah. That too. Actually saving the galaxy, though? Now that will take a miracle.

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