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XX

Angela Chadwick
Authors:
Angela Chadwick

'One of the feminist novels of 2018' Stylist'A pacy dystopian thriller' Red Magazine'Topical, probing and quietly intense - XX is a phenomenal debut' Skinny'Fantastic - completely topical, utterly believable, and that rare thing: an issue-driven book that feels like a story, not an issue' Julie CohenWhen Rosie and Jules discover a ground-breaking clinical trial that enables two women to have a female baby, they jump at the chance to make history.Fear-mongering politicians and right-wing movements are quick to latch on to the controversies surrounding Ovum-to-Ovum (o-o) technology and stoke the fears of the public. What will happen to the numbers of little boys born? Is there a sinister conspiracy to eradicate men at play?In this toxic political climate, Jules and Rosie try to hide their baby from scrutiny. But when the news of Rosie's pregnancy is leaked to the media, their relationship is put under a microscope and they're forced to question the loyalty of those closest to them, and battle against a tirade of hate that threatens to split them apart...What readers are saying: 'Well written, perfectly paced and so timely,. Through excellent character development, Chadwick manages to explore the social, ethical and political questions raised, while still telling what is at its core a beautifully human story.''I could not put this down, even when my heart was aching and my pulse was raging.''This is politically and ethically engaging, as well as a very personal read. It shows a world that is only a few years away, and it left me with a lot of thoughts about gender and science. Excellent.'"The whole plot was set out so effectively that it made me feel like this was something that could be being developed somewhere in the world right now or it's in the near distant future!

Dialogue Books

The Old Slave and the Mastiff

Patrick Chamoiseau
Authors:
Patrick Chamoiseau
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The Leavers

Lisa Ko
Authors:
Lisa Ko
Sparking the Conversation

Dialogue Books

Dialogue Books, spearheaded by publisher Sharmaine Lovegrove, is the home to a variety of stories from illuminating voices often excluded from the mainstream. Established first as an English-language bookshop in Berlin in 2008 and reignited as an imprint as part of Little, Brown in July 2017, Dialogue Books has built its foundations upon the idea that through storytelling a dialogue is created to engender a more inclusive, nuanced conversation about experiences in our world that come before, after and next. Its first title was The Leavers, the 2016 PEN/Bellwether Prize Winner for Fiction, which was closely followed by The Old Slave and The Mastiff, written by the Prix Goncourt winner Patrick Chamoiseau. In 2018, the imprint officially launched with four exciting debuts ¬– Brothers In Blood, XX, One More Chance and Cygnet – discussing myriad topics including but not limited to: Asian crime, lesbian parenting, female prisoners and disillusioned adolescence. There are a further eleven titles that have been acquired and planned to publish in 2019 and beyond. Dialogue Books shines a spotlight on stories for, about and by readers from the LGBTQI+, disability, working class and BAME communities. The imprint has a clear focus of distinctive, cross-genre titles that spark a conversation across fiction, non-fiction, commercial and literary publishing. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dialoguebooks/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/dialoguebooks?lang=en

Patrick Chamoiseau

Patrick Chamoiseau is a French author from Martinique known for his work in the créolité movement.Chamoiseau was born on December 3, 1953 in Fort-de-France, Martinique, where he currently resides. After he studied law in Paris he returned to Martinique inspired by Édouard Glissant to take a close interest in Creole culture. Chamoiseau is the author of a historical work on the Antilles under the reign of Napoléon Bonaparte and several non-fiction books which include Éloge de la créolité (In Praise of Creoleness), co-authored with Jean Bernabé and Raphaël Confiant. Awarded the Prix Carbet (1990) for Antan d'enfance. His novel Texaco was awarded the Prix Goncourt in 1992, and was chosen as a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. It has been described as "a masterpiece, the work of a genius, a novel that deserves to be known as much as Fanon's The Wretched of the Earthand Cesaire's Return to My Native Land".

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