Whether you're looking to escape with a dreamy holiday read, you're seeking out the grittiest thriller or searching for something fun to keep little ones occupied, we've got the perfect book for you!
How to Stop Time
by Matt Haig
If you're after a novel that's simply un-put-down-able, this is it. Tom Hazard may look like any ordinary 41-year-old, but he has a secret. To stay one step ahead of his past (and stay alive), Tom must not fall in love… the question is, could love be the only thing that can truly save him?
Honey & Spice
by Bolu Babalola
£14.99 (hardback), Waterstones
This new romantic comedy from the Sunday Times bestselling author, Bolu Babalola, follows the story of sharp-tongued (and secretly soft-hearted) Kiki Banjo, on a mission to protect her friends from falling prey to players. But is she in danger of falling for the very man she warned her girls about?
Slime, by David Walliams
A hilarious new children's book from No.1 bestselling author David Walliams. Welcome to the Isle of Mulch – a horrible little island full of horrible grown-ups who like nothing more than making children miserable. But who could be brave enough to take them on? Meet Ned - an extraordinary boy with a special power. SLIMEPOWER!
And Away... by Bob Mortimer
Shortlisted for The British Book Awards 2022 Non-Fiction Narrative Book of the Year, this is the long-awaited first autobiography by national treasure Bob Mortimer. Taking in his numerous misadventures along the way to fame, you will find yourself enchanted and enthralled by Bob Mortimer's crazy journey.
One Last Secret,
by Adele Parks
£7.99 (hardback), WHSmith
A blisteringly provocative novel about power, sex, money and revenge. Dora is an escort, who has decided to turn her back on the escort world and all its dangers. But, one last job can't hurt, can it? All is not as it seems when Dora finds herself in a French chateau, face-to-face with a man she has never forgotten.
Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, by Becky Albertalli
Moving, passionate and authentic, this modern classic for young adults tells the story of 17-year-old Simon’s coming out. Big-hearted and brimming with authenticity, Becky Albertalli’s debut touchingly depicts both the agony and rapturous joy of finding your true self.