Books for Independent Thinkers

Novels

It may be the relative youngster on the literary scene, but the novel is the king of reads. Here’s our selection of fictive treats from the UK and across the world.

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  1. What the Horses Heard
    Marking the centenary of the First World War, an ambitious novel that looks at impact on family life, the role of women in extreme situations and the treatment of conscientious objectors. Learn More »
  2. Reading Detectives

     

    St Mary’s Butts? What kind of irreverent street name is that and where did it come from?

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  3. Six Pounds Eight Ounces

    Hannah King is a liar, so everyone says. That means her stories of growing up in the Rhondda, as told in Six Pounds Eight Ounces, must be treated with caution.

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  4. Mrs. B

    This novel, loosely inspired by Flaubert’s Madame Bovary, focuses on the life of an upper middle class family in modern day Trinidad.

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  5. The Mystery Book

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  6. American Sycamore
    Off-beat coming-of-age novel of death, madness and fishing. Learn More »
  7. The Notebook
    “(The Notebook) is a book through which I discovered what kind of a person I really want to be.” Slavoj Žižek Learn More »
  8. The Operator
    Action-packed murder mystery set on the stormy North-East coast. Learn More »
  9. The Little Man
    A frightening vision of Russia by a young and talented author - revealing how the younger generation increasingly view their country. Learn More »
  10. The Absent Therapist
    “Eaves succeeds triumphantly. Economy is essential, and he does economy with great style, establishing people and situations with cameo scenes and sharp dialogue.” Penelope Lively. Learn More »

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