The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared
A Delicate Truth
John le Carre
The Great Gatsby
F Scott Fitzgerald
The Secret Keeper
Paperback · 20 Jan 2011 · €13.35
K2, August 1st, 2008. Thirty climbers are attempting the summit of the most savage mountain on Earth. They make it. But before they start their descent an ice shelf collapses, sweeping away their ropes. It is dark. Their lines are gone. They are low on oxygen. And it is getting very, very cold. How many will make it down alive?
Paperback · 29 Apr 2010 · €9.99
Eva never really wanted to be a mother; certainly not the mother of the unlovable boy who murdered seven of his fellow high school students, a cafeteria worker and a teacher who tried to befriend him. Now, two years later, it is time for her to come to terms with marriage, career, family, parenthood and Kevin's horrific rampage.
Paperback · 01 Jan 1998 · €11.99
An account of the ascent of the 21,000ft Siula Grande peak in the Peruvian Andes. Joe Simpson and his climbing partner, Simon Yates, had achieved the summit before the first disaster struck. What happened and how they dealt with the psychological traumas that resulted is the subject of this book.
Paperback · 02 Jul 2007 · €13.35
From the author of 'Freedom', a panoramic vision of America at the beginning of the 21st century, seen through the turbulent lives of the Lambert family. The Corrections is now seen by many as one of the greatest American novels of the last decade.
Paperback · 06 Jul 2006 · €11.99
Jacques Rebiere and Thomas Midwinter, both sixteen when this story starts in 1876, come from different countries and contrasting families. They are united by an ambition to understand how the mind works and whether madness is the price we pay for being human. This work explores the question of what kind of beings men and women really are.
Paperback · 17 May 2001 · €11.99
Toru Watanabe is looking back on the love and passions of his life and trying to make sense of it all. As his first love Naoko sinks deeper into mental despair, he is inexorably pushed to find a new meaning and a new love in order to survive.
Paperback · 07 Apr 2011 · €11.99
In his early thirties, Greg Baxter found himself in a strange place. He hated his job, he was drinking excessively, he was sabotaging his most important relationships, and he was no longer doing the thing he cared about most: writing. This title documents the chaos and discovery of that time and the experiences that led him to that strange place.
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