Literary fiction

The Life to Come

Michelle de Kretser

Format: Paperback

NZD $36.99

The dazzling new novel from Michelle de Kretser, author of Questions of Travel, bestseller and winner of the Miles Franklin Award.

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The Secret Books

Marcel Theroux

Format: Hard Cover

NZD $32.99

A world on the brink of catastrophe. A two-thousand-year-old mystery. A lost gospel. Both a page-turning adventure and an examination of the stories that humans are willing to kill and die for.

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The Book of Disquiet

Fernando Pessoa, translated by Margaret Jull Costa

NZD $45.00

The definitive edition of the much-loved classic, featuring substantial new and previously unpublished material.

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Friend of My Youth

Amit Chaudhuri

NZD $32.99

A brilliantly deft, luminous novel about the condition of being alive in time and memory.

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The Hidden Keys

Andre Alexis

Format: Hard Cover

NZD $27.99

A thief, a junkie and an albino walk into a bar: one comes out dead, one in handcuffs, and the other with millions of dollars ...
A slick, sophisticated mystery from the author of the Giller Prize-winning Fifteen Dogs - questioning what it means to be honourable and faithful in the face of desire.

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Multiple Choice

Alejandro Zambra, translated by Megan McDowell

Format: Paperback

NZD $22.99

Completely unlike anything you've read before: this playful, poignant, genre-bending novel / entrance examination tells a story of copying, cheating, faking and messing-up.

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The Choke

Sofie Laguna

Format: Paperback

NZD $36.99

The Choke is a mesmerising, harrowing and ultimately uplifting novel from the 2015 Miles Franklin winner.

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The City Always Wins

Omar Robert Hamilton

NZD $32.99

A thrilling and important debut about the Arab Spring - and a generation that tried to change the world - from an exciting and talented new voice.

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The Core of the Sun

Johanna Sinisalo, translated by Lola Rogers

Format: Paperback

NZD $22.99

From the queen of 'Finnish weird', a captivating and witty speculative satire of a Handmaid's Tale-esque welfare state where women are either breeders or outcasts, addicts chase the elusive high of super-hot chilli peppers and one woman is searching for her missing sister.

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The City Always Wins

Omar Robert Hamilton

Format: Hard Cover

NZD $45.00

A thrilling and important debut about the Arab Spring - and a generation that tried to change the world - from an exciting and talented new voice.

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