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My Heavenly Favourite

Lucas Rijneveld

Translated by Michele Hutchison, the unflinching new novel from the sensational bestselling winner of the International Booker Prize and ‘one of the boldest writers alive today’.

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Where We Come From

Aniefiok Ekpoudom

In this groundbreaking social history, journalist Aniefiok Ekpoudom travels the country to paint a compelling portrait of the dawn, boom and subsequent blossoming of UK rap and grime.

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New year, new books. Find reading ideas for 2024 with our preview of Faber’s new and upcoming releases across Fiction, Non-fiction, Arts and Children's.

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