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Prize-winning author Elif Shafak brings us a rich, magical tale of belonging and identity, love and trauma, memory and amnesia, human-induced destruction of nature, and, finally, renewal.Shop Now
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Frontline is the first book in a series charting the rise of a prominent British medical family in the twentieth century.
From wars to a pandemic, the discovery of penicillin to the birth of the NHS, successive generations of the Burnett family are at the vanguard of life-saving developments in medicine. Frontline is the story of an aristocrat's daughter who joins the war effort as a nurse.
In a field hospital in rural France she meets Will, a dockworker's son serving as a stretcher-bearer. As rumours of an armistice begin to circulate, so too does a mysterious respiratory illness that soldiers are referring to as the 'Spanish flu'.
Run wild with Wolf Brother in a Stone Age world we all want to be a part of with million-copy-selling author, Michelle Paver.
Danger, magic and non-stop adventure await Torak, Renn and Wolf.
The Clans will be tested as never before, as they battle to find ways to survive and thrive in their beloved forest. In the dark time of midwinter, disaster strikes the Forest. Chaos rules. Bears woken from their dens prowl the shadowy valleys.
Sebastian Faulks was born in Donnington, a village near Newbury in Berkshire on April 20, 1953. He went to Elstree School near Reading and then, as top scholar, to Wellington College in 1966.
He graduated from Cambridge University in 1974, and was elected an Honorary Fellow in 2007.
Sebastian Faulks’s novels include the number one bestseller A Week in December, Where My Heart Used to Beat, A Possible Life, Human Traces, On Green Dolphin Street, Charlotte Gray and Birdsong, which has sold more than three million copies.
His latest novel, Snow Country is due to be published this month.