• ‘The Colour Purple’, by Alice Walker
  • ‘Welcome to Night Vale’, by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor
  • ‘Killing is my Business: A Ray Electromatic Mystery’, by Adam Christopher
  • ‘Dark Matter’, by Blake Crouch
  • ‘Season to Taste, or How to eat your Husband’, by Natalie Young
  • ‘A Manual for Cleaning Women’, by Lucia Berlin
  • ‘Lily and the Octopus’, by Steven Rowley
  • ‘Wimbledon Poisoner’, by Nigel Williams
  • ‘American Gods’, by Neil Gaiman
  • ‘Pachinko’, by Min Jin Lee
  • ‘Practical Mindfulness’, by Ken A. Verni
  • ‘The Invisible Library’, by Genevieve Gogman
  • ‘The Burning Page’, by Genevieve Cogman
  • ‘The Science of Meditation’, by Daniel Coleman and Richard J. Davidson
  • ‘The Dry’, by Jane Harper
  • ‘And Still I Rise’, by Maya Angelou
  • ‘Cain’, by Luke Kennard
  • ‘Old Chestnuts Warmed Up’, by John R. Murray
  • ‘Legendary’, by Stephanie Garber
  • ‘Ballet Beautiful’, by Mary Helen Bowers
  • ‘The Magicians’, by Lev Grossman
  • ‘This Is How It Always Is’, by Laurie Frankel
  • ‘A Matter of Life and Death’, by Andrey Kurkor
  • ‘The Lost Plot’, by Genevieve Cogman
  • ‘Wind – Pinball’, by Haruki Murakami
  • ‘The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories’, by Tim burton
  • ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone,’, by J. K. Rowling
  • ‘Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets’. by J. K. Rowling
  • ‘Norse Mythology’, by Neil Gaiman
  • ‘Reincarnation Blues’, by Michael Poore
  • ‘Johannes Cabal – The Fear Institute’, by Jonathan L. Howard
  • ‘If I’m Scared We Can’t Win – Penguin Modern Poets 1’, by Emily Berry, Anne Carson and Sophie Collins
  • ‘Your Family, Your Body – Penguin Modern Poets 3’, by Malika Booker, Sharon Olds and Warsan Shire
  • ‘The Perpetual Almanack of Folklore’, by Charles Knightly
  • ‘Occasional Wild Parties – Penguin Modern Poets 5’, by Sam Riviere, Frederick Seidel and Kathryn Maris
  • ‘The New Testament’, by Jericho Brown
  • ‘A Double Sorrow – Troilus and Criseyde’, by Lavinia Greenlaw
  • ‘Unicorn – The Poetry of Angela Carter’, by Angela Carter
  • ’81 Austerities’, by Sam Riviere
  • ‘HIIT for Women’, by Sean Bartram
  • ‘The Alchemist’, by Paulo Coelho
  • ‘Une Semaine de Bonte’, by Max Ernst
  • ‘The Clear Skin Cookbook’, by Dale Pinnock
  • ‘Undying, a Love Story’, by Michel Faber
  • ‘The Odyssey’, by Homer
  • ‘Stranger, Baby’, Emily Berry
  • ‘A Book of Book Lists’, by Alex Johnson
  • ‘Gold from the Stone’, by Lemn Sissay
  • ‘Mr Bones’, by Paul Theroux
  • ‘Brit(ish), by Afua Hirsch
  • ‘Running Upon The Wires’, by Kate Tempest
  • ‘The Angel’s Game’, by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
  • ‘The Pleasures of the Damned’, by Charles Bukowski
  • ‘The Tiny Wife’, by Andrew Kaufman
  • ‘Friday Black’, by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah
  • ‘The Luckiest Guy Alive’, by John Cooper Clarke
  • ‘The Little Book of Philosophy’, by DK Publishing
  • ‘The Little Book of Shakespeare’, by DK Publishing
  • ‘The Three Questions’, by Don Miguel Ruiz
  • ‘The Bloody Chamber’, by Angela Carter
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