Genres: General Fiction
Hannah Tovey recommends
The Lost Ticket (2022)
The Girl on the 88 Bus
"This is Freya Sampson at her best. Beautifully formed characters with a plot that stirs the soul and makes you feel good to be alive. Sampson has such a wonderful knack for writing gorgeous inter-generational characters and you'll be rooting for every one of them in The Girl on the 88 Bus. I loved it so much, I kissed the final page."
Single Bald Female (2022)
"Inspiring, candid and beautifully observed. Single Bald Female is an extraordinary, hugely moving story about the fight for survival. Life-affirming, tear-jerking and gorgeously written, I was sobbing at the end, and you will be too."
The Mix-Up (2021)
"A fresh, funny and achingly relatable read that celebrates the gift of life in all its messy, wonderful ways. It's perceptive, surprisingly steamy and so very touching."
The Couple (2021)
"Helly's got that brilliant knack of hooking you in from the moment you open the book, with utterly relatable characters and dialogue that sizzles. It's feminist, it's provocative and it was a total joy to read."
Everything Is Beautiful (2021)
The Missing Treasures of Amy Ashton
"Amy's vulnerability and loneliness reminded me of one of my all time favourite characters - Eleanor Oliphant. A wonderful celebration of the power of kindness."
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