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Hundred Million Years and a Day

Andrea, Jean-Baptiste
How far would you go to follow your dreams? One man's obsession with a mythical dinosaur fossil takes him and his team to the very edge of the world, and of life itself.

A Single Rose

Barbery, Muriel
The temples and teahouses of Kyoto are the scene of a Frenchwoman's emotional awakening in the stunning fifth novel by international bestseller Muriel Barbery.

A Strange Country

Barbery, Muriel


Bonnefoy, Miguel
A story of men and women setting out in search of new adventures, blown off course by illness, war and strokes of fate, this exuberant Franco-Chilean family saga spans a hundred years, two world wars, four generations and two continents in the space of ten short chapters.


Carey, Edward
Export edition (World excluding US and Canada). From little beginnings: the extraordinary story of a singular, diminutive crumb of a servant girl turned entertainment mogul.

The Martins

Foenkinos, David
A Parisian writer lacking inspiration finds the heroine of his next novel outside his apartment. Telling the story of octogenarian Madeleine and her family, he finds himself drawn deeper and deeper into their lives - with unexpected consequences.

This Mortal Boy

Kidman, Fiona
Kidman's powerful novel explores the controversial topic of the death penalty with characteristic empathy and a probing eye for injustice. Winner of The Ockham New Zealand Book Awards 2019, the New Zealand Booklovers' Prize for Fiction 2019, and the New Zealand Heritage Book Awards 2018.

The Bone Flower

Lambert, Charles
A young gentleman in Victorian London is drawn into a dark and dangerous world when he falls for a beautiful flower seller. A dark, Gothic love story for fans of Susan Hill and Andrew Michael Hurley.