Fiction

The Beach Walker

Henning Boëtius

Despite moving to Italy to a secluded white-washed town by the sea, Henning Boysen can not shake a debilitating case of writer’s block. He spends his days wandering around, a tolerated foreigner in th…


London, Mon Amour

Marc Levy

When Mathias moves from Paris to South Kensington to join his best friend, Antoine, they decide to establish a new household for their kids by moving in together. They set themselves two ground rules:…


No Man’s Land

Duong Thu Huong

Central Vietnam. 1975. A young peasant woman, happily married to a successful farmer, returns to her house in the countryside to find a throng of villagers assembled around her gate. She learns that h…


The Other

Pierre Bottero

In the heart of the South American jungle, a professor breaks open a block of ancient granite, freeing the Other, who had been contained in it for over 3 600 years…Nathan lives in Canada, in an averag…


Bathsheba

Marek Halter

Bathsheba is beautiful, spirited and lonely. Her husband, Uriah, a high ranking general in King David’s army has been away at war for countless months, leaving her, like so many other women, to while…


April in Paris

Michael Wallner

Paris, 1943. Michel Roth is 21 year old German working for the Wehrmacht in occupied Paris. Soft-spoken and well-read, his ability to speak accent-free French does not go unnoticed by his superiors. A…


Ellana: The Pact of the Shadow Walkers

Pierre Bottero

Ellana is the latest bestselling series from the author of Ewilan’s Quest.  More than a million copies of Bottero’s novels have been sold in France alone. There are two answers to every question: that…


The Chosen One: George W. Bush

Frédéric Lenoir; illustrations by Alexis Chabert

-I choose you, you are my chosen one and you will change the world. -Lord, why me? -Because you are useless! And my glory before all nations will shine even brighter when I accomplish my deeds from no…


The Queen of Palmyra

A.B. Daniel

Born in a tent amid a nomadic clan of the 3rd century BC, nothing predestined Zenobia to become the great queen of the Middle East… Nothing except perhaps a shooting star that lit up that night’s sk…


Merde, Actually

Stephen Clarke

Following the phenomenal success of A Year in the Merde, the misadventures and merde keep on coming as Paul tries to bring his tea room project to fruition on his own, whilst figuring out who is the t…