Books of the Month - 2022
Some books stand out. They become the talk of the town. The ones you buy for yourself, and then for a friend, and recommend to your mother. They have you captivated from page to page, chapter to chapter. Our book of month page attempts to undercover these hidden gems. Each month we will pick one book that we just couldn't keep up with demand or had customer after customer telling us their rave reviews!


January - Book of the Month

Oh William - Elizabeth Strout 
Booker-longlisted, bestselling author returns to her beloved heroine Lucy Barton in a luminous novel about love, loss, and the family secrets that can erupt and bewilder us at any point in life.

February - Book of the Month

Violeta - Isabel Allende

One extraordinary woman. One hundred years of history. One unforgettable story.

Bearing witness to a century of history, through the eyes of a woman whose unforgettable passion, determination and sense of humour will carry her through a lifetime of upheaval

Manicured Hands

March - Book of the Month

Little Wing - Freya North

Little Wing is the powerful story of two families over three generations. Little Wing is a novel about resilience, forgiveness and the true meaning of family, about finding one's place in the world and discovering how we all belong somewhere and to someone.

April - Book of the Month

Lessons in Chemistry - Bonnie Garmus

LESSONS IN CHEMISTRY is a vibrant and original story of hope and staying true to yourself. A book that sparks joy with every page.Chemist Elizabeth Zott is not your average woman. In fact, Elizabeth Zott would be the first to point out that there is no such thing.

Purple Pineapple

May - Book of the Month

The Quiet Whispers Never Stop - Olivia Fitzsimons

THE QUIET WHISPERS A gripping and emotional story of a woman pushed to breaking point from an exciting new voice in fiction.

A story of love, obsession and escape.

Blue Nails on Green

June - Book of the Month

Idol - Louise O'Neill

Riveting, compulsive and bold, IDOL interrogates our relationship with our heroes and explores the world of online influencers, asking how well we can ever really know those whose carefully curated profiles we follow online.