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The Unfortunates tells the story of the Somner family, a modern upper-class dynasty in New York, fraying at the edges as they hold tight to their precious, uncertain heritage.

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Milan Kundera’s first work of fiction to appear in English, translated by Linda Asher, since the translation of his novel Ignorance in 2002 was bound to be greeted with much interest and expectation.

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The Silent Hours is set in wartime and post-war France, and is told from several different perspectives.

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Non Pratt's debut, Trouble, was one of my favourite YA titles of 2014 so I was incredibly excited to get my hands on a copy of her next book, Remix, and I devoured it in one sitting.

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Food lovers and armchair travellers alike will savour this tour through the world’s regional cuisines and trademark dishes.

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If you’re reading this then you’re already a traveller through the terrain of what author Laurence Scott has dubbed the fourth dimension - a new way of being which is accessible to us via the recent revolutions in digital technology.

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It’s not hard to imagine The Truth and Other Lies on screen as a slick, wryly amusing film noir, such is the tight, action-packed and visual storytelling style of Sascha Arango.

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It’s not easy being a girl but author Hayley Long tries to make it as witty as possible in her new book for tweens, teens and beyond.

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Bear Grylls, current survivalist favourite of British television, has written an astonishing amount of books about his adventurous forays around the world.

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This book focuses on what happens when you put a group of stressed, highly-strung teenagers together in a competitive single-sex school in a town that was once Salem Village but is now Danvers, Massachusetts, home to the 1692 witch trials.

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