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10 great new books you need to pick up!

Are you a bookwork looking for a new book to read? Or perhaps you need a recommendation for your book club or are looking for something new to read to the kids. The team at Bookazine have supplied recommendations of 10 new and notable books, including Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Fit Food and the latest instalment in the Geronimo Stilton series.


Still Me | Jojo Moyes

Louisa Clark arrives in New York determined to make the most of her new life. Mixing with high society, she soon meets Joshua Ryan, who reminds her of her past. Lou tries to keep the two sides of her world together, yet finds herself carrying secrets that change her circumstances.

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The Great Alone | Kristen Hannah

Ernt Allbright comes back from the Vietnam War a changed man. After losing several jobs, he decides to move his family to Alaska. At first, it seems the answer to their prayers; but then winter approaches and Ernt’s mental state deteriorates

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Surprise Me | Sophie Kinsella

Sylvie and Dan have a comfortable home, great jobs and beautiful twin girls. To keep their relationship fresh, they create little surprises for each other. These soon turn to shocking discoveries, leaving them wondering how well they really know each other.

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Seventeen| Hideo Yokoyama

In 1985, a Japanese Airlines Flight crashes, giving reporter Kazumasa Yuuki a once-in-a-lifetime scoop. Seventeen years later, Yuuki keeps a promise he made at the time, one that’s the key to solving a mystery and which represents his final, unconquered fear

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Skin in the Game  | Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Redefining what it means to understand the world, influence others, succeed in a profession and contribute to society, Taleb uses modern-day examples to show how the willingness to accept one’s own risks is a necessary quality of flourishing people from all backgrounds.

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When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing  | Daniel H. Pink

Timing is everything, but we don’t actually know much about it. Here, Al Gore’s former speechwriter draws from research from psychology, biology and economics to reveal the best way to live, work and succeed.

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Gordon Ramsay Ultimate Fit Food | Gordon Ramsay

Ramsay knows how important it is to eat well without compromising flavour. His latest book is divided into three sections, Healthy, Fit and Lean, each filled with recipes to keep you in great shape, whatever your fitness goals.

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For young readers

There’s a Monster in Your Book  | Tom Fletcher

A mischievous monster has invaded the pages of this interactive book! Written by a member of UK pop-rock band McFly, the book allows children to spin, tilt or shake the pages for hilarious results. Fletcher’s first book, The Dinosaur that Pooped Christmas, was a hugely popular debut back in 2012.

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Batman: Nightwalker | Marie Lu

When a young Bruce Wayne makes an impulsive decision that sentences him to community service at Arkham Asylum, he meets mysterious Madeline Wallace. She’s a brilliant killer and Bruce’s only hope of saving Gotham City.

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No Time To Lose (Geronimo Stilton Journey Through Time #5)  | Elisabetta Dami

To save New Mouse City, Geronimo must travel back in time to claim King Solomon’s ring, along the way meeting Vikings, Cretans and Napoleon. Elisabetta Dami is the Italian author of the bestselling Geronimo Stilton series

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This article first appeared in the February/March 2018 issue of Expat Living magazine. Subscribe now so you never miss an issue.