In the Beklan Empire, the medieval realm of Richard Adams’s fantasy epic, Shardik is the mythic giant bear, worshipped and feared by the Ortelgan people. His reappearance, after a cataclysmic forest fire, sets off a violent chain of events as faith in his divinity sweeps across the land. Young Adult
One of the best-loved adventure stories ever written, here is Stevenson's tale of pirates, lost treasure maps, mutiny and derring- do, in a reprint of the first edition text (1883). This Oneworld Classics edition includes a short biography of Stevenson and his own essay on Treasure Island, 'My First Book'.
Flappers and Philosophers
Published in 1920 following the success of the novel This Side of Paradise, Fitzgerald's first collection of short stories includes many of his finest. 'The Offshore Pirate', 'Bernice Bobs Her Hair', 'The Ice Palace' and 'Benediction' present his archetypal Jazz Age heroines, the beautiful and wilful young women who became a hallmark of his fiction. Part of the Cambridge Edition series, this volume includes notes and details of the stories' composition and publication history.
A Brief History of Seven Killings
Jamaica, 1976: gunmen storm Bob Marley’s house, machine guns blazing. Spanning three decades, this Booker Prize-winning novel interweaves the voices of slum kids, drug lords, journalists and CIA agents in a tense, ambitious narrative that ranges from the Caribbean to Miami, New York and Stockholm.