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We present an exclusive interview with Sarah J Maas, author of  A Court of Wings and Ruin. And New and Reviewed books like Adults in the Room by Yanis Varoufakis, The 7th Function of Language by Laurent Binet. Signed and Special Editions like What I See by Brooklyn Beckham.

New and Reviewed

 
 
Adults in the Room

 

Adults in the Room

Yanis Varoufakis

Candid and genuinely revelatory, this is written revenge at its most ice-cold. ‘Varoufakis has written one of the greatest political memoirs of all time… as a manual for exploring the perils of statecraft it will probably gain the same stature as Robert Caro’s biography of Lyndon B Johnson.’ – The Guardian

 

 
 
 
October

 

October

CHINA MIEVILLE

SF heavyweight China Miéville effortlessly flips genres for history with his cracking account of the Russian Revolutions. ‘Miéville is not a historian, though he has done his homework… elegantly constructed and unexpectedly moving.’ – London Review of Books

 

 
Sound

 

Sound: Stories of Hearing Lost And Found

BELLA BATHURST

'As much there is deafness, there is denial, and her writing about the pervasiveness and destructive power of denial rings true,' noted The Observer. Bella Bathurst’s collective account of deafness deafness defiantly questions what is strangely an unspoken taboo.

 

 
 
The Strange Death of Europe

 

The Strange Death of Europe

DOUGLAS MURRAY

‘This is a brilliant, important and profoundly depressing book,’ crooned The Sunday Times on Murray’s polarising breakdown of Europe’s apparent ‘suicide’. Now-idle French presidential contenders may find much to salute in Murray's bleak state of play.

 

 
 
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The 7th Function of Language

 

The 7th Function of Language

Laurent Binet

‘One of the funniest, most riotously inventive and enjoyable novels you’ll read this year,’ noted The Observer. ‘This is a novel that establishes Laurent Binet as the worthy successor to the late Umberto Eco.’ Binet’s audacious successor to HHhH riffs on the 1980 death of Roland Barthes, reimagining the critic’s accidental demise by laundry truck as a wild, globe-trotting conspiracy.

 

 
 
 
He Said/She Said

 

He Said/She Said

Erin Kelly

Chance witnesses to a terrible act, Laura and Kit spiral into decades of abject dread, both forced to assume new identities in this effectively twisting thriller. ‘Kelly is on fine form here… a master at drip-feeding us the details, keeping us guessing about the truth… right until the end.’ – The Guardian

 

 
The Ice

 

The Ice

Laline PauLl

Laline Paull’s debut The Bees floored everyone with its daring: The Ice looks set to deliver the same, a thriller wrapped in devastating fact. ‘Could The Ice be the surprise hit of summer 2017? Its sparkling descriptions of ice and snow will certainly chill you out on a hot day at the beach.’ - The Times

 

 
 
Men Without Women

 

Men Without Women

Haruki Murakami

‘Every line is saturated with existential loneliness,’ chimed The Financial Times. ‘Murakami writes of complex things with his usual beguiling simplicity… it is Murakami at his whimsical, romantic best.’ On blistering form, Haruki Murakami deconstructs the lives of men, with his typical elegiac precision.

 

 
 
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Into the Water
 
Bookseller Review
 
 
Reasons to Stay Alive

 

Reasons to Stay Alive

Matt Haig

‘I intend to press this into the hands of family, friends, colleagues and strangers. It’s a book that speaks clearly and eloquently for those who find that words escape them.’ - Leilah Skelton, Waterstones Doncaster

 

 
Milk and Honey

 

Milk and Honey

Rupi Kaur

‘Even though the poems deal with difficult issues, the writing is beautiful… the drawings really add to the reading experience and complement the poems perfectly.’ – Jane Collins, Waterstones Llandudno

 

 
 
Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls

 

Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls

Elena Favilli, Francesco Cavallo

‘…A book full of true stories, all about fantastic women… The stories are written in an easy to understand format - meaning that it is perfect for younger children to listen and enjoy.’ – Layla Hudson, Waterstones Bromley

 

 
 
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Signed and Special Editions

 
 
 
What I See

 

What I See

 

Brooklyn Beckham

Almost 10m Instagram followers can’t be wrong with Beckham Jnr.’s debut photographic collection

 

 
Believe Me

 

Believe Me

Eddie Izzard

‘I had never heard of Eddie Izzard before, but judging by this delightful memoir, he has a glittering career ahead of him.’ – John Cleese

 

 
Believe

 

Believe

Nicola Adams

Beat to the punch with Britain’s inspirational two-time Olympic gold medallist, taking us from dreams to ultimate ringside glory

 

 
 
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On the Waterstones Blog

 
Blog - Henry Marsh

A Waterstones Exclusive Q&A with Henry Marsh

Described as ‘a book about wisdom and experience’, Henry Marsh’s extraordinary memoir, Do No Harm, paved the way for a wave of new publishing that gave medicine a human face.  ...read more

 
Blog - Sarah J Maas

A Waterstones Exclusive Interview with Sarah J. Maas

To celebrate the publication of A Court of Wings and Ruin, the third novel in Sarah J Maas’s breath-taking Court of Thorns and Roses series we present an exclusive interview with the author.  ...read more

 

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