Books for Independent Thinkers


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. The False Apocalypse: From Stalinism to Capitalism
    This unique and disturbing work concerns the events of 1997, a tragic year in the history of post-communist Albania. Learn More »
  2. Volwys

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    This edition also includes nine acclaimed science fiction short stories published over the last ten years in magazines and anthologies. Learn More »
  3. The Lunar Tickle
    Thornton Excelsior is a man but he’s not an individual, he’s a multitude, an ensemble of avatars of himself that can exist in any place at any time. His mission is to do all possible things and most impossible ones. Learn More »
  4. Wild Ink

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    Wild Ink is a blackly comic story of friendship and envy, love and memory, booze and uproar, secrets and scandal. Learn More »
  5. Brick Mother

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    Brick Mother is a dramatic and emotive tale that peers into the lives of some of the most forgotten in our society. Learn More »
  6. The Hills Were Joyful Together
    This is a starkly brutal novel full of Mais’s prophetic rage that for the poor and black little had changed since slavery. Learn More »
  7. The Blinding Walk

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    This is K.M. Ross’s second novel, and unorthodox, challenging and richly rewarding, it will establish him as a writer of the first importance. Learn More »
  8. The Advantages of an Older Man
    A light-hearted novella exploring the strange case of a Swansea woman who is apparently possessed by the spirit of Dylan Thomas. Learn More »
  9. Sugar Hall
    Based on the stories of the Black Boy that surround Littledean Hall in the Forest of Dean, this is a superbly chilling ghost story from Tiffany Murray. Learn More »
  10. Bilbao - New York - Bilbao
    When Liborio Uribe found that he was going to die, he wanted to see a painting once again by Aurelio Arteta, his wife’s father. Uribe had spent his entire life at sea, like his son José, living out unforgettable adventures which actually later fade into obscurity. Years later, faced with the same painting, Liborio’s grandson Kirmen, a writer and poet, uses these family stories to write a novel. Learn More »

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