1. Wind/Pinball by Haruki Murakami
  2. The Little Book of Calm Colouring, David Sinden & Victoria Kay
  3. The Enchanted Forest, Johanna Basford
  4. The Gospel Album, Gurrumul (CD)
  5. Aquarium, David Vann
  6. Dietland, Sarai Walker
  7. The Fishermen, Chigozie Obioma
  8. Close Your Eyes, Michael Robotham
  9. Ugly (Young Readers’ Edition), Robert Hoge
  10. My Brilliant Friend, Elena Ferrante

Murakami wins the week, with his back-to-back novella package Wind/Pinball!. Sorry we aren’t able to offer a pinball machine, however (thanks to our new Twitter buddy and excellent musician Darren Hanlon for spotting it!).

Those Adult Colouring Books show no signs of slowing down, but giving them a run for their money is the new album by Gurrumul, The Gospel Album. If you haven’t heard it yet, it’s well-worth a listen!

It’s great to see some books from our recent author events, with David Vann and Robert Hoge getting a guernsey. Both events were FANTASTIC! If you’re not up with our extensive events program, or you’re worried you’ll miss something (and with 18 author events in September alone you just may!) don’t forget you can subscribe on Facebook so you’ll never miss out.

Until next week … keep on reading!

P.S. Signed copies of Michael Robotham’s excellent new thriller are still available!