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Books allow us a moment of escape. A chance to step into the shoes of someone else for a while, learn of adventures, other parts of the world, other people, other dreams...
And this dreary January, we couldn’t be more in need of a bit of escapism.
So, we’ve scoured the digital shelves and picked out six of our favourites to get stuck into this new year.
Here are 6 top picks
A Promised Land | £17.50 (Was £35)
The biggest book of the decade is a Presidential memoir like no other. Recounting Barack Obama’s journey to the White House in matchless, eloquent prose, A Promised Land is utterly essential reading.
Eat Better Forever: 7 Ways to Transform Your Diet | £20.99 (Was £26.99)
In Eat Better Forever, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall provides readers with tools to improve their eating habits, and therefore their life - permanently. To help it all happen, he's included his 100 healthiest recipes yet.
The Thursday Murder Club | £12.99 (Was £14.99)
Laced with killer one-liners and artfully constructed twists, the debut novel from quiz show favourite Richard Osman centres on a posse of pensionable Poirots investigating the suspicious demise of a property developer.
Cook, Eat, Repeat | £13 (Was £26)
With witty essays about food and tantalising recipes from her kitchen, Nigella Lawson shares her culinary philosophy in this delicious volume.
7 Ways: Easy Ideas for Every Day of the Week | £13 (Was £26)
Make everyday meals more exciting and learn new ways to reinvent your favourite ingredients with Amazon’s No. 1 bestselling cookbook, featuring 120 tasty recipes, including those from Jamie Oliver's hit Channel 4 TV show Keep Cooking Family Favourites.
Empowering and inspiring, David Attenborough’s new autobiography sends a powerful message about the crucial importance of will in tackling the climate crisis and preserving our precious ecosystem for generations to come.
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