This Christmas, give meaningful gifts that will be treasured by the literature lovers in your life well beyond 25th December. Our curated selection of books and products is designed to help you find inspiration with your Christmas shopping
Home to William Golding, Sylvia Plath, Kazuo Ishiguro, Sally Rooney, Tsitsi Dangarembga, Max Porter, Ingrid Persaud, Anna Burns and Rachel Cusk, among many others, Faber is proud to publish some of the greatest novelists from the early twentieth century to today.
Our non-fiction catalogue features thinkers, writers and entertainers – from the QI team and Lenny Henry to James Shapiro and Jenny Uglow – whose books stimulate joy and laughter or new ways of thinking about the world.
From Nobel Laureates Samuel Beckett and Harold Pinter to theatre greats Tom Stoppard and Alan Bennett to rising stars Polly Stenham and Florian Zeller, Faber Drama presents the very best theatre has to offer.
With classics such as Ted Hughes's The Iron Man and award-winners including Emma Carroll's Letters from the Lighthouse, Faber Children's Books brings you the best in picture books, young reads & Young Adult fiction.
From the bestselling author of Grief is the Thing with Feathers and Lanny, Shy is a novel about guilt, rage, imagination and boyhood. It is about being lost in the dark, and realising you are not alone.
An exhilarating debut novel told through three different voices, Whites Can Dance Too is Kalaf Epalanga’s reflection on and celebration of the music of his homeland, the intertwining of cultural roots, and freedom and love.
Endless days on the beach, sundrenched evenings by the BBQ, the perfect holiday? Or the perfect cover…This unmissable novel will have you utterly gripped until the sun goes down on this family’s unforgettable holiday.
Renee should be thrilled to have been chosen as one of the final four contestants in The Catch, the world’s biggest reality show. But now she has arrived on the remote, wooded island for the final show, Renee begins to wonder if there’s something wrong. Is she taking a bigger risk than she realised?
A gripping investigation into one of Irish history’s greatest mysteries, Great Hatred reveals the true story behind one of the most significant political assassinations to ever have been committed on British soil.
Featuring over 50 song lyrics alongside never-before-seen insights from Fleet Foxes frontman Robin Pecknold, Wading in Waist-High Water is an intimate look into—and resounding celebration of—musical craftsmanship and care.
From an extraordinary poetic career and including new and previously uncollected poems, this selection draws together work that in a variety of ways offers intimate reflections on memory and the cost of human experience.
Welcome to a fantasy world where edible magic is the hottest commodity, traded between those who can pay or – in the case of Jude Ripon, the youngest thief in Farrowfell – those who can steal it! An epic debut series from the FAB prize winner.