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Put on your comfy clothes, grab a glass of wine and sit on your favorite spot on the sofa and dig in to the most talked about books of this month!

Let’s begin!



Gabriel Garcia Marquez

From the Nobel prize winning author, master of magic realism, author of Love in the Time of Cholera and One Hundred Years of Solitude, read and loved by millions comes the lost novel we have all be waiting for Until August. A story of love, desire and regret it centers around a married woman who takes on a new lover each year for one day.

Sitting alone, overlooking the still and blue lagoon, Ana Magdalena Bach surveys the men of the hotel bar. She is happily married and has no reason to escape the world she has made with her husband and child. And yet, every August, she travels here to the island where her mother is buried, and for one night takes a new lover. Amid sultry days and tropical downpours, lotharios and conmen, Ana journeys further each year into the hinterland of her desire, and the fear that sits quietly at her heart.

Constantly surprising and wonderfully sensual, Until August is a profound meditation on freedom, regret, and the mysteries of love, from one of the greatest writers the world has ever known.


Alex Michaelides

From the bestselling author of The Silent Patient and The Maidens comes a spine-tingling thriller placed on a private Greek island!

“There were seven of us in all, trapped on the island. One of us was a murderer…”

On a small private Greek island, former movie star Lana Farrar - an old friend - invites a select group of us to stay. It'll be hot, sunny, perfect. A chance to relax and reconnect - and maybe for a few hidden truths to come out. Because nothing on this island is quite what it seems. Not Lana. Not her guests. Certainly not the murderer - furiously plotting their crime...

But who am I? My name is Elliot Chase, and I'm going to tell you a story unlike any you've ever heard.


Olivie Blake

Only the extraordinary are chosen. Only the cunning survive.

The final installment of The Atlas series is finally here and we are so excited! The international phenomenon reaches a nerve-racking climax, filled with betrayal and power, the final race to achieve limitless power.


Asako Yuzuki

This might have not arrived yet on our Greek shores but we are soooo excited about it that we just can’t wait and talk about it!

The international sensation that has taken over the world by storm and has already become a cult bestseller is a Japanese novel inspired by a true story about a female gourmet cook turned serial killer. A story filled with searing insights into sexism, obsession and pleasure.

Inspired by the real case of the convicted con woman and serial killer, "The Konkatsu Killer", Asako Yuzuki's Butter is a vivid, unsettling exploration of misogyny, obsession, romance and the transgressive pleasures of food in Japan.

Need I say more?  




Nigel Toon

An astute, informative and highly accessible analysis of AI and its mysteries from one of the great authorities in the field.

We stand at the brink of a historic change that will disrupt society and at the same time create enormous opportunities for those who understand how AI thinks. Nigel Toon shows how we train AI to train itself, so that it can paint images that have never existed before or converse in any language. In doing so he reveals the strange and fascinating ways that humans think, too, as we learn how to live in a world shared by machine intelligences of our own creation.


 Tamara Tenenbaum

In the twenty-first century, our romantic ambitions are to say the least...complex. We want equal and honest relationships, we also want to fall in love, to have sex, and to be loved; we want stability and adrenaline, we want everything at the same time. But is it possible to have all of that? Or is this a recipe for failure? Am I an idiot if I pursue it? Am I a cynic if I give up on it? Drawing from philosophy, feminist activism, conversations with friends, and from an attempt to turn her own experience into a laboratory for personal and collective reflection, Tenenbaum dives into the universe of affection, celebrates the end of romantic love as we know it, and proposes the eroticization of consent. The End of Love is a tool for the creative destruction of romantic love and the principles that sustain it so that, from its ashes, a better love―one that makes men and women freer in their relationships―can rise. 



 Holly Black

The highly anticipated conclusion to the Stolen Heir duology from the number one Sunday Times bestselling author Holly Black.

An imprisoned prince. A vengeful queen. And a battle that will determine the future of Elfhame.

Prince Oak is paying for his betrayal. Imprisoned in the icy north and bound to the will of a monstrous new queen, he must rely on charm and calculation to survive.


 Gabrielle Zevin

From the bestselling author of Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow comes a young adult novel like no other.

Welcome to Elsewhere. It is warm, with a breeze, and the beaches are beautiful. It's quiet and peaceful. You can't get sick and you can't get older. In Elsewhere, death is only the beginning…

With this authentic premise our story begins and it takes you on a journey into the curious world of Liz Hall a teenager killed in a hit and run who instead of ageing starts getting younger.



For all our little toddlers out there, this is the perfect book to learn the secrets of the most colourful season of the year; spring. With over 40 flaps to lift there is much to explore, observe and learn.

Walk through the daffodils and poppies, walk through parks and woods over fields and meadows alongside all the animals waking up. Reveal hidden wonders, learn more about the world around you and how it changes with each season.

For 0-3 years old.


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