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In the midst of the sweltering summer heat, we recommend some of our favourite books in which the sultry, often suffocating weather is more than just an atmospheric detail: it is somehow fundamental to story they tell.
The first in Rachel Cusk’s critically-acclaimed trilogy, shortlisted for the Folio Prize and the Goldsmith Prize and longlisted for the IMPAC Prize.
Rediscover one of the twentieth century’s greatest romances in Lawrence Durrell’s seductive tale of four tangled lovers in wartime Egypt that is ‘stunning’ (André Aciman) and ‘wonderful’ (Elif Shafak)
Irresistible, sun-kissed follow up to the top ten bestseller Snow, from the Booker Prize winning author.
This special edition of Sally Rooney’s critically-acclaimed first book has been specially designed for Faber Members. Available exclusively from faber.co.uk. Join Faber Members, for FREE, to buy.
This summer holiday vintage classic exploring the mystery of a buried Cornish hotel invites us to solve the puzzle as detectives: perfect for Agatha Christie fans, with a dash of Richard Osman …
The bestselling literary sensation from Brazil, The Sun on My Head is a work of great talent and heartbreaking sensitivity—a daring evocation of life in the favelas by a rising star firmly rooted in the community he portrays.
The first volume of a new trilogy telling the saga of one French family between 1946 and 2016.
An unforgettable romance that will set Summer 2022 ablaze.
A gorgeously intoxicating new novel about the nature of love from the award-winning author of The Big Music.
Meet Polly, which may or may not be her real name, this year’s most dangerous leading lady…
Lose yourself in the legendary Edna O’Brien’s simmering tale of a woman rediscovering herself on the French Riviera …
Nikos Kazantzakis’ Zorba the Greek is the original work of inspirational fiction, now joining the Faber Modern Classics list.
Sylvia Plath’s dark, perceptive, and groundbreaking novel, covered in a fabric from the Liberty archive
In Prodigal Summer, Pulitzer Prize-nominated author Barbara Kingsolver weaves together three stories of human love within a larger tapestry of lives inhabiting the small farms of the Appalachian mountains.
Wine and dine with Victorian London’s literati in a heatwave in one of the first ever group biographies, introduced by Francesca Wade (author of Square Haunting).
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