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  • Strange Weather in Tokyo
    Strange Weather in Tokyo (Paperback) Hiromi Kawakami

    An award-winning novel from one of Japan's most exciting literary voices: a short, simple and touching story of an unlikely love that blossoms across generations, and between seasons

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  • The Radetzky March
    The Radetzky March (Paperback) Joseph Roth

    'The Radetzky March can fairly claim to be one of the great novels of the last century. Its theme, beautifully articulated, is the end of an era. Roth's anthem for a vanished world has the intense, fleeting beauty of a sunset' Sunday Telegraph

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  • The Private Life
    The Private Life (Paperback) Josh Cohen

    From a talented and original thinker comes this passionate critique of the intrusiveness of modern culture which advocates an exploration and cultivation of our unconscious, in a world where everything we do is deemed public knowledge

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  • Sicilian Uncles
    Sicilian Uncles (Paperback) Leonardo Sciascia

    Four novellas that offer a tantalising glimpse of Sicilian life, from the 1848 revolution to the death of Stalin

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  • Stasiland
    Stasiland (English, Paperback) Anna Funder

    In 1989, the Berlin Wall fell; shortly afterwards the two Germanies reunited and East Germany ceased to exist. In this book, Anna Funder tells extraordinary tales from the underbelly of the former East Germany, including the story of Miriam, who as a 16-year-old might have started World War III.

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  • Everything is Happening
    Everything is Happening (English, Paperback) Michael Jacobs

    A gripping and beguiling blend of art history, memoir and travel writing which delves into the mysteries and meanings of Las Meninas, Velazquez's iconic masterpiece"

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  • Nothing to Envy
    Nothing to Envy (English, Paperback) Barbara Demick

    A groundbreaking view into the lives of six ordinary citizens in the world's most secretive country, by an award-winning foreign correspondent.

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  • A Meal in Winter
    A Meal in Winter (English, Paperback) Hubert Mingarelli

    A miniature masterpiece, this is the spare, stunning story of three soldiers who share a meal with their Jewish prisoner and face a chilling choice

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  • Behind the Beautiful Forevers
    Behind the Beautiful Forevers (English, Paperback) Katherine Boo

    A landmark debut from a Pulitzer-winning New Yorker journalist: if Dickens were alive today, this is the book he might have written about India

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  • Names for the Sea
    Names for the Sea (Paperback) Sarah Moss

    Novelist Sarah Moss's compelling account of living in Iceland with two small children, in the wake of the financial crisis and in the year the volcano erupted

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  • The Pig That Wants to Be Eaten
    The Pig That Wants to Be Eaten (Paperback) Julian Baggini

    Presents 100 thought experiments - short scenarios which pose a problem in a vivid and concrete way - and invites readers to think about possible answers for him/herself. This book includes experiments that cover identity, religion, art, ethics, language, knowledge and more.

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  • Wanderlust
    Wanderlust (Paperback) Rebecca Solnit

    A profound and meandering modern classic about the historical, political and philosophical paths traced by walkers, their routes and the act of walking

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  • Visitation
    Visitation (Paperback) Jenny Erpenbeck

    The breakthrough novel from Germany's most acclaimed young writer. The story of a house outside Berlin, witness to the twentieth century's beauties and brutalities, to which many people come, all of them looking to find a home.

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  • The Mezzanine
    The Mezzanine (Paperback) Nicholson Baker

    Nicholson Baker's hilarious, genre-defining debut novel, part of a stunning redesign of Baker's Granta backlist.

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  • Until Further Notice, I am Alive
    Until Further Notice, I am Alive (English, Paperback) Tom Lubbock

    A unique reckoning with the human condition, written in beautiful, honest, unsentimental and aphoristic prose

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  • The Luminaries
    The Luminaries (English, Paperback) Eleanor Catton

    The astonishing and epic novel that won the 2013 Man Booker Prize. "An immense feat of structuring and plotting which means that this novel starts as a gentle stroll and ends with the exhilarating sense of running downhill ... Ambitious, intricate, spectacular." The Independent

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  • Gossip from the Forest
    Gossip from the Forest (English, Paperback) Sara Maitland

    A magical exploration of the ancient landscape of forests and the ancient genre of fairytales, drawing fascinating and surprising connections between the two, by the author of the bestselling A Book Of Silence

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  • The Dig
    The Dig (Paperback) Cynan Jones

    A novel that marks the maturing of a singular British writing talent - and perhaps the most significant writer to come out of Wales in a generation

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  • Severed
    Severed (English, Paperback) Frances Larson

    Our history is littered with heads. Over the centuries, they have decorated our churches, festooned our city walls and filled our museums; they have been props for artists and specimens for laboratory scientists, trophies for soldiers and items of barter. Today, as videos of decapitations circulate online and cryonicists promise that our heads may one day live on without our bodies, the severed...

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  • Kolyma Diaries
    Kolyma Diaries (English, Paperback) Jacek Hugo-Bader

    The Kolyma region was the prime site of the Soviet Gulag, a wintry hell of permafrost and gold mines, where tens of thousands of Soviet prisoners died of exhaustion and hunger in 1932-54. Who lives in there now, and how, and why? Jacek Hugo-Bader travels along the Kolyma highway, aka the road of bones, or the world's longest graveyard, to find out

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