» The Help
» Kathryn Stockett
In Jackson, Mississippi, there are lines that are not crossed. Black maids raise the white children, but no one trusts them not to steal the silver. But The Help is not just about race, it's about how women, whether mothers or daughters, the help or the boss, relate to each other. It's about the dramas of domestic life and that horrible feeling that those who look after your children may understand them, deal with them and love them.better than you.
» Me Before You
» Jojo Moyes
2012's greatest love story is still selling like the hot buttered buns at Lou's teashop. Richard and Judy described it as 'a very powerful and emotional novel, full of insight into people's lives. We think it is a perfect read - uplifting, but also tragic.'