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An international bestseller and true modern classic, American Psycho is a bleak, bitter, black comedy about a world we all recognize but do not wish to confront.
A chaotically violent and hauntingly beautiful novel from one of the greatest American novelists, Pulitzer Prize-winning Cormac McCarthy.
From the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, A House for Mr Biswas is V. S. Naipaul's best-loved novel.
Winner of the Man Booker Prize 2004, The Line of Beauty is a perfectly realized tale of our times.
A novel of extraordinary intelligence and heart, a masterful depiction of heartbreak, and a dark and haunting examination of the tyranny of experience and memory.
Selected stories by 'literary genius' Lucia Berlin.
A million-copy bestseller by the twentieth century's greatest neurologist.
A lost modern classic, this wildly genre-bending naval adventure is a towering work of American literature and perfect for fans of Colson Whitehead and Marlon James
‘What makes us who we are? My adoption is a story that has happened to me. I couldn’t make it up.’
The story of a mother, her son, a locked room and the outside world.
The classic book on social media and public shaming, now with a brand new chapter examining the shaming of Monica Lewinsky.
An audacious, darkly glittering novel about art, fame, and ambition set in the eerie days of civilization's collapse.
A brilliantly black and funny novel from the highly acclaimed author of Underworld.
Clive James the essayist and cultural critic at his brilliant best – a dizzyingly erudite tour of twentieth-century culture.
The cult classic that inspired the new wave of transgender fiction – published in the UK for the first time.
The classic coming-of-age story of a precocious young girl’s deteriorating relationship with her mother, as she enters adolescence and leaves her childhood behind on the idyllic island of Antigua.
Poetic, stirring, and disturbing, this novel is a powerful and unforgettable statement of one woman’s struggle for identity against a hostile backdrop of sexism and colonialism.
Jamaica Kincaid’s engrossing account of a three-week trek through the Himalayas with fellow horticulturalists, intertwining mediations on the stunning landscapes with observations on culture, tourism and family.