We’re back in full force to bring you the weekly highlights.
Due to be published in April by Avon, it has already been hitting the lists as one to watch out for, and was featured on Amazon as one of their Hotly Anticipated titles. It has also been flagged as one of NetGalley’s Spring Highlights. It’s received glowing reviews ahead of it’s publication:
“Claustrophobic and compelling.” Karin Slaughter
“A total corker! Twisted, unbearably tense and a shock ending.” C.J. Tudor
There’s been pre-publication publicity for C.J. Tudor’s second thriller, The Taking of Annie Thorne. Published in February 2019 in the UK by Michael Joseph, and in the same month in the US by Crown, it has been featured in the Goodreads roundup of the 43 Highly Anticipated Books of 2019.
With news just in from across the pond, we are thrilled to announce that Gail Honeyman’s Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine is currently sitting at No. 2 in the New York Times this week and has surpassed a million copies sold in all formats in the US. It was named as the bestselling book of 2018 in US independent bookstores.
Here it is in all it's beautiful glory! The #ABA2019 long list! Huge thanks to all the students across Sussex who gave brilliant feedback to help select these fantastic 15 titles! 💜📚 pic.twitter.com/CF2XK5ybZu
— Amazing Book Awards (@SussexABA) January 10, 2019
We’ve had three publications this week.