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Faber Books 11h
‘Few novels have managed to replicate the atomising feverishness of life online, but DBC Pierre gets closer than most in this brain-frazzling dystopia’ Daily Mail. DBC Pierre returns with Meanwhile in Dopamine City.
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Faber Books 11h
Join the 's book club this month where they'll be reading P. D. James's acclaimed novel, A Taste for Death, featuring detective Adam Dalgliesh embroiled in a secretive and unhappy aristocratic family
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Faber Books 13h
'There was a particular thrill to discovering stories that weren’t afraid to get dark and, in some cases, thoroughly harrowing.' The Hunted author talks us through his top horror films on the Faber blog 🎬
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Faber Books 18h
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One of our favourite authors, and the perfect antidote to lockdown!
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Faber Books 18h
Us to this heatwave:
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Faber Books 21h
'Fearless in taking on what she was told was impossible, her real aim was to share the delight she got from what she did.' A fitting tribute to Susan Shaw, one of the finest printers to work in Faber's production department in the 1950s.
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Faber Books Aug 11
Join Booker-longlisted author and activist Tsitsi Dangarembga in conversation about the brutal crackdown in Zimbabwe, hosted by . This Thursday, 5pm UK time.
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Faber Books Aug 11
Delighted to be shortlisted for the Trade Publisher of the Year with our fellow indies, congratulations all round 👏👏👏
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Faber Books Aug 11
Welcome to Faber Booktime! In this episode author and illustrator talk about their fantastic middle grade mysteries, The Secret Starling and The Pear Affair. Full video:
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Faber Books Aug 11
'What are days for? Days are where we live. They come, they wake us Time and time over. They are to be happy in: Where can we live but days? Ah, solving that question Brings the priest and the doctor In their long coats Running over the fields.' Days, Philip Larkin
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Faber Books Aug 10
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'The story must be read, the song must be listened to in order to acquire it’s full charge.' Listen to reading from On Connection.
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Faber Books Aug 10
Tomorrow on Faber Booktime, hear author and illustrator talk about their wonderful middle grade adventure, The Pear Affair! Catch up on Faber Booktime so far with our YouTube playlist:
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Faber Books Aug 10
Introducing On Connection by , an incredible meditation on the power of creative connection to act as the antidote to numbness coming this October. Available to pre-order now.
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LRB Bookshop Aug 7
EVENT: on Thurs 20 Aug at 7pm BST, Akwaeke Emezi, author of FRESHWATER, will discuss their latest novel THE DEATH OF VIVEK OJI (). More info and tickets here:
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Faber Books Aug 9
Replying to @CreativeScots
‘His work reminds us how much we need these rare gifts of the natural storyteller, for reckoning with our past and present.’ Guardian A Thousand Moons author Sebastian Barry is joined in conversation by ’ Mairi Kidd, live at 7pm 🌒
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Faber Books Aug 9
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‘The day of the interview, I arrived wearing a borrowed suit with a book jutting out of one pocket. It was a hot day for once. I wore some fat old tie of my dad’s – I think the tie was older than I was – and my hair was slick with a gel called Country Born.’
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Faber Books Aug 9
Tonight! Join Sebastian Barry live online at . The Irish Laureate for Fiction will discuss his unmissable new novel, A Thousand Moons.
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Faber Books Aug 8
‘The women from war are like that ... It is rumoured the blood stopped flowing to their wombs the first time they killed a person.’ Discover Tsitsi Dangarembga's incredible novel, This Mournable Body, longlisted for this year's
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Faber Books Aug 7
Watch Adrian Tomine in conversation with about his new graphic novel The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Cartoonist ▶️
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Faber Books Aug 7
‘It felt hot in the early evening. Proper heatwave hot... There were black-and-white banners overhead saying ‘Festival of the Tenth Summer’, and they began to drip condensation, as if all those summers had come at once.’ Andrew O’ Hagan’s Mayflies, out 3 September.
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