We are delighted to reveal the paperback cover for Sarah Pinborough’s incredible thriller 13 Minutes. 13 Minutes is one of those books we can’t stop talking about. We know this mystery will get under your skin and stay with you long after you turn the final page. But don’t take our word for it. 13 Minutes has received some amazing praise already . . .
VOTED ONE OF THE BEST YA BOOKS OF 2016 BY THE TELEGRAPH
‘An absolute belter of … More
We’re counting down to Christmas in style with the return of The Gollancz Advent Calendar. Join us every day as we reveal a new title in our giant Christmas giveaway. To enter our giveaway follow the directions below.
1st December: Shadows of Self by Brandon Sanderson
More than 300 years after the events of the The Final Empire shaped Scadrial, Waxillium Ladrian has returned to the capital city of Elendel. Crisscrossed by canals and railways … More
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Halloween is very nearly here. To celebrate, we asked Team Gollancz to share their favourite Halloween Reads. Did your favourite read make our list?
Gillian: My perfect Halloween read is Sarah Pinborough’s award-winning novella Beauty. A little dark, a little sexy and a lot of fun, it’s a superb retelling of the Sleeping Beauty story – and about revealing the monster hiding inside us all!
Craig – The One-in-a-Million Boy by Monica Wood
Check out what Team Gollancz are reading this weekend..
Gillian – Magicien by Raymond E. Feist
Emily – Was by Geoff Ryman
Simon – The Crying of Lot 49 by Thomas Pynchon
Charlie – How to be Both by Ali Smith