Check out these five British books that are making their way to the U.S shelves! Could they be the next British invasion?!
If you are like us and love a captivating read from across the pond, then check out these five intriguing reads that are perfect to cozy up with on these cool fall nights.
Quichotte by Salman Rushdie
(September 3, 2019 by Random House)
SHORTLISTED FOR THE MAN BOOKER PRIZE
Quichotte is a love story of profound tenderness and humanity from a great storyteller at his brilliant best. Wise, beautifully written, as heartbreaking as it is wildly comic, its characters unforgettable, its plot dazzlingly suspenseful, Quichotte illuminates our corrupt times where fact is so often indiscernible from fiction.
To War with the Walkers by Annabel Venning
(September 5th, 2019 by Hodder & Stoughton)
This is the story of the Walkers, six siblings (including the author's grandfather) who survived Blitz, battle and internment and lived to tell the tale. This ordinary family's extraordinary experiences combine to tell a new social history of World War Two.
Breaking and Mending: A memoir of burnout, recovery and the journey to become a doctor by Joanna Cannon
(September 26th, 2019 by Wellcome Collection)
An intimate, urgent account of doctor burnout and life as a psychiatrist from bestselling author Joanna Cannon
(September 26th 2019 by Louise Walters Books)
Taut, elegant and mesmerizing, Don’t Think a Single Thought lays bare a marriage, and a woman, and examines the decisions – and mistakes – which shape all of our lives.
Warrior: A Life of War in Anglo-Saxon Britain by Edoardo Albert
(September 24th 2019 by Granta Books)
Warrior is a classic of British history, a landmark of popular archaeology, and a must-read for anyone interested in the story of where we've come from.