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  • Station Eleven

    On the night that actor Arthur Leander drops dead during a performance of King Lear, the Georgia Flu starts killing off 99% of the population. Jumping back and forth through time, the novel explores the impact of loss and the domino effect that others may have on our lives and...


  • All the Light We Cannot See

    All you need to know: Marie-Laure is blind: she lives with her beloved father in Paris until the Germans come and occupy the city after which they flee to Saint-Malo. Werner is an orphan in Germany living with his sister, Jutta. After his genius with radios is discovered by the...


  • Us

    Douglas Peterson is still in love with his wife, Connie – even after three decades of marriage. The problem? Connie has decided to leave him – but not before they embark (along with their moody son, Albie) on a ‘Grand Tour’ of Europe which has been planned for a while....


  • Dear George Clooney: Please Marry My Mom

    Violet is not pleased with her father’s new life: she’s infuriated by his move to L.A and his decision to marry an actress named, of all things, Jennica. Her younger sister, Rosie, isn’t adjusting so well either - she’s started to wet the bed. Even worse, Violet’s mother only dates...


  • Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

    In a post-apocalyptic world (one in which animals are a coveted and rare commodity and androids are near indistinguishable from the humans they are modeled after), Rick Deckard – a bounty hunter with a low IQ – struggles to quantify what it means to be human in order to differentiate...


  • The Hundred-Year House

    On the eve of the millennium, Grace Devohr, daughter Zee, and a cast of characters gather at Laurelfield – their estate with a troubled history and a reputed unsavoury spirit. As we move back in time from 1999 to 1900, strange secrets involving a former artist’s colony, a ‘maybe’ ghost,...


  • Bone and Bread

    Two sisters, Beena and Sadhana, grow up in the shadow of tragedy. Their parents have died and, as teenagers, a Sikh uncle who runs a Montreal bagel store looks them after. The narrative jumps between present and past as Beena tries to cope with Sadhana’s untimely and mysterious death. Perfect...


  • A Constellation of Vital Phenomena

    In this bone-chilling novel of war and endurance, 8-year-old Havaa lives in a small town in Chechnya. After the disappearance of her father, she travels with her neighbour, Akhmed, to the hospital where they meet Sonja, the remaining doctor in a world obliterated by cruelty and violence. These three characters,...


  • Dear Committee Members

    This is one for the English aficionados: Jay Fitger, formerly acclaimed writer, is an overworked professor of creative writing, now suffering the indignities of his English Department’s setbacks. Told entirely through brilliant letters of recommendation, Fitger exposes the oddities, absurdities and, ultimately, precious nuggets of the world of academia. Perfect...