This month at Lightning Books we publish
The Hurtle of Hell, Simon Edge’s follow-up novel to last year’s acclaimed The Hopkins Conundrum.

Fusing a human story of rejection and reconnection with a theological thought-experiment set all over the cosmos, it’s an atheist romp featuring God as a main character. Critic Michael Arditti calls it “a sparkling mixture of domestic and celestial comedy”.

Meanwhile, to mark the 50th birthday of Trojan Records, the record label that brought Jamaican music to Britain, Eye Books publishes
The Story of Trojan Records, a sumptuously illustrated history by insider Laurence

It’s already an Amazon bestseller.

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Book(s) of the Month

Green Oranges on Lion Mountain

Discovery Road

only £7.99 each

“In the space of five years, I went from graduating at Harvard
to becoming a psychiatric patient.”

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