BY ALLIE BROSH Fans of the humorous web comicblog will relish this colourful compendium. Brosh’s style has been likened to that of comedian and author David Sedaris, with startling turns of phrase and tongue-in-cheek wit. Filled with random thoughts and childhood stories that will make you smile, the book is a welcome celebration of the lighter side of life.
BY STEPHEN KING The long-anticipated sequel to 1977’s The Shining, this reintroduces protagonist Dan Torrance, still trying to escape his father’s horrific legacy. Life takes an unexpected turn when he encounters Abra Stone, whom he must save from the True Knot, immortals who feed on children.
BY JOHN GRISHAM For his latest, Grisham poetically revisits his first – A Time To Kill. Jake Brigance finds himself in another controversial trial when the dying Seth Hubbard chose an early end. Upon the discovery of Hubbard’s new handwritten will, the novel’s whole cast of characters is thrown into a web of intrigue and pure suspense.