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Like having your finger on the literary pulse? We curated this list with you in mind. 

From the book that has been adored and lauded by readers far and wide, to an insightful exploration of race whose popularity soared in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, this list will provide you with a short cut to the books that have been making headlines this year – for all the right reasons.

  • Where The Crawdads Sing - Delia Owens

    Hand-picked by Reese Witherspoon for her Hello Sunshine book club, Where the Crawdads Sing found universal acclaim from book lovers across the world immediately after its publication. An evocative, moving and poignant tale set on the North Carolina coast; it’s easy to see why Delia Owen’s debut has continued to capture the heart of readers long after its first release.

  • Midnight Sun - Stephenie Meyer

    Fans of Stephanie Meyer’s bestselling series will adore this eagerly awaited return to Twilight. Told from the vampire’s point of view, Midnight Sun is an unforgettable love story with a twist; and will delight readers who have an avid interest in iconic duo Bella and Edward.

  • Women Don't Owe You Pretty - Florence Given

    The debut book from British illustrator, writer, feminist social activist, and influencer, Florence Given, Women Don’t Owe You Pretty is a progressive and powerful exploration of a plethora of timely issues – from identity to sexism - that is essential reading for both genders and will help readers redefine feminism in their own terms.

  • Me and White Supremacy - Layla Saad

    A confronting, important and powerful workbook, Me and White Supremacy is an eye-opening examination of race related issues. Penned by social media figure and author Layla Saad, it was published in the wake of the Instagram challenge she launched - #MeAndWhiteSupremacy – in which she encouraged her followers to confront their own understanding and acceptance of white privilege.

  • The Vanishing Half - Brit Bennett

    Lauded by authors, literary critics and readers alike, The Vanishing Half is a captivating tale that will stay with readers long after the final page has been turned. An unputdownable novel centred around the parallel lives of estranged twin sisters, The Vanishing Half is mighty, moving and rich with twists and turns.

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