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Waterstones 6h
The past 12 months have offered a flurry of Ian McEwan adaptations, with The Child in Time, On Chesil Beach and now The Children Act - the latter arriving in cinemas 24 August. 📺 Watch the trailer here: 📖 Read the book first:
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Waterstones 8h
▪️Labyrinthine passageways ▪️Enigmatic symbols ▪️Elusive pieces of art In other words 's latest, Origin, is now in paperback. Find it for half price here ⬇️
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Waterstones 8h
Replying to @DecryptionedH
Sorry to hear about this Edward. Please contact our customer service team on twitter@waterstones.com with details so that they can help you with this.
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Waterstones 10h
Just been shooting a ‘Shelfie’ video with The Woman in the Window author and his recommendations have been so persuasive, we couldn’t resist a post-filming purchase. Video coming soon. Find his book here Shelfie series
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Waterstones 11h
Replying to @soozhood
Hi Susan, if you speak to a bookseller at the shop where you bought it, it should all be fine if the book’s in good condition. Exchanges will be made at the manager’s discretion. Hope this helps.
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Waterstones 12h
A slice of rich, absorbing historical fiction for your summer: Bestselling author 's Red Sky at Noon is now in paperback. We spoke to the author about the genesis of the novel and his sympathy for an iconic genre of American writing:
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Waterstones 13h
Replying to @natashaoneill_
Hi Natasha, providing we've received stock of the book from the publishers/suppliers, the book should be there on (or potentially before) publication date. If you have any issues, do email our customer support team via twitter@waterstones.com.
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Waterstones 13h
If the warm weather is making you yearn for the outdoors, this is for you: to mark the publication of her acclaimed book Wilding, is here to share five tips for getting back out into nature and rediscovering your wild self. ☀️🌳
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Waterstones 13h
Replying to @oguriiishun
Hi, it is indeed. If you speak to a bookseller in a shop they'll be able to order in anything that's available.
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Waterstones 13h
Replying to @danthedad90
(2/2) The RRP of this title is indeed £9.99, but because the copy you picked up has the old price on it, the shop will be happy to refund the difference. Rest assured, the price charging is an entirely automatic and there was no deliberate attempt to overcharge. Apologies again.
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Waterstones 13h
Hi Daniel, we do accept these gift cards. Sorry to hear you had difficulties - if you could email the details to twitter@waterstones.com, our customer support team will be able to look into this for you.
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Waterstones 14h
Replying to @danthedad90
Hi Daniel, sorry to see this. Prices are automatically linked to the barcode and occasionally a publisher raises the price of a book before all the older stock has sold through. (1/2)
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Waterstones 14h
'The Immortalists is about as good as it gets. A memorable and heartfelt look at what might happen to a family who knows too much. It's amazing how good this book is.' - Karen Joy Fowler With praise like this, do you need any more persuasion?
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Waterstones 14h
Hi Tanya, there are three tickets options available: child, adult and ticket including book. You may just need to scroll down on the ticket section to see the adult admission ticket. Hope this helps and let us know if there are any more difficulties.
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Waterstones 16h
'My idea of absolute happiness is to sit in a hot garden, reading, or writing, utterly safe in the knowledge that the person I love will come home to me in the evening. Every evening.' - Anita Brookner, born in 1928
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Waterstones Jul 15
In her beautiful novel, Spinning Silver, weaves a vivid, multi-layered tapestry, richly inspired by classic fairytales. Here, she talks to us about what constitutes real magic, growing up and realising your one's own strength:
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Waterstones Jul 15
‘What I’m often writing about is the sense of disappointment between how one wishes one would be and how one really is.’ A. M. Homes paid us a visit to discuss her latest story collection, Days of Awe. Watch here:
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Waterstones Jul 15
We welcome from to our vlog this morning to talk about 's nostalgic and subversive novel Meddling Kids:
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Waterstones Jul 15
With the discovery of a lost Stanley Kubrick screenplay, Burning Secret, based of Stefan Zweig’s novella, there are two questions: should it be developed into a film and which director would you trust to fill Kubrick’s shoes?
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Waterstones Jul 14
A brilliant thread here by Max Porter about Clive King, Stig of The Dump, children’s literature and what it really means to be human
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