Marsden Books Adults Best Reads
Bright Side of My Condition – Charlotte Randle
Fallout – Paul Thomas
Tumbledown Manor – Helen Brown
The Rosie Effect – Graeme Simsion
The Children ACT – Ian McEwan
Nora Webster – Colm Toibin
Narrow Road to the Deep North – Richard Flanagan
History of Loneliness – John Boyne
Do No Harm – Henry Marsh
Being Mortal – Atul Gawande
Peter McLeavey – Jill Trevalyn
My Petite Kitchen Cookbook – Eleanor Ozich
Tramping: A New Zealand History – Shaun Barnett & Chris MacLean
Marsden Books congratulates all the winners at the 2014 New Zealand Post Book Awards announced 24 August, 2014.
New Zealand Post Book of the Year and General Non-fiction
Peter McLeavey: The life and times of a New Zealand art dealer by Jill Trevelyan, published by Te Papa Press.
Fiction and People’s Choice
The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton (Victoria University Press)
Us, then by Vincent O’Sullivan (Victoria University Press)
Coast: A New Zealand journey by Bruce Ansley & Jane Ussher (Random House NZ (Godwit))
Nielsen Booksellers’ Choice
Molesworth: Stories from New Zealand’s largest high country station by Harry Broad and Rob Suisted (Craig Potton Publishing)
NZSA Hubert Church Best First Book award for Fiction
Tough by Amy Head (Victoria University Press)
NZSA Jessie Mackay Best First Book award for Poetry
Horse with Hat by Marty Smith (Victoria University Press)
NZSA E. H. McCormick Best First Book for Non-fiction
Tragedy at Pike River Mine by Rebecca Macfie (Awa Press)
Download the PDF of the first two chapters
of highly anticipated October release
The Rosie Effect,
sequel to the bestsellingRosie Project.
We stock this special Little History series from Yale University Press.
The Shock of the Fall
Nathan Filer won against more fancied contenders, not least Kate Atkinson, for his debut novel The Shock of the Fall.