The book also picked up a fantastic starred review from Library Journal in the last week:
"A wild, glorious and epic ride ... Highly recommended for lovers of Arthurian reinterpretations and climate disaster thrillers."
Paul will be talking about his deeply personal memoir, We Can Be Heroes, which will be published on 1st June 2023.
With complimentary drinks included, this free event will be from 6pm on the 23rd May and you can book your tickets here - be sure to book your slot so as not to miss out!
The astounding debut novel from Sarah K. Jackson, Not Alone, was published by Picador last week.
Five years ago, a toxic microplastics storm killed most of the population. Now Katie, a young mother, must forage and hunt the few surviving animals for meat as she attempts to feed her little boy, Harry.
At a time when stepping outside could kill you, Harry is kept indoors at all costs, never venturing beyond the door to their one-bedroom flat. The bodies begin to build up around them and layers of poisonous dust hang heavily in the air, seeping into the soil and slowly killing anything attempting to cling onto the natural world.
Charlotte Mendelson called the novel "intensely moving, genuinely gripping, plausible and absorbing" while Emma Donoghue said "Not Alone kept me breathless with tension."
Finally, congratulations to Kathy Lette who has signed with Head of Zeus' Rachel Faulkner-Wilcocks, for her next two books.
David Headley negotiated the deal, which also included Kathy's backlist titles, which will be re-released as part of the Agreement.
The first of Kathy's two new books, The Revenge Club, a book exploring "the residual sexism women face", will be published in hardback, audio and e-book in March 2024.
Read the full press release here.