Recommendations

Drift

'A tender, unusual and gorgeously wrought love story that weaves the magic of folklore, the wonder of the sea, and the depths of human cruelty.' RACHEL JOYCE



THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE DEBUT FROM TWO-TIME WINNER OF WALES BOOK OF THE YEAR CARYL LEWIS: A STORY OF LOVE, MAGIC AND THE IRRESISTIBLE LURE OF THE SEA.



Nefyn has always been an enigma, even to her brother Joseph with whom she lives in a small cottage above a blustery cove.



Hamza is a Syrian mapmaker, incarcerated in a military base a few miles up the coast.



A violent storm will bring these two lost souls together - but other forces will soon try to tear them apart...



Moving between the wild Welsh coast and war-torn Syria, Drift is a love story with a difference, a hypnotic tale of lost identity, the quest for home and the wondrous resilience of the human spirit.

Ysbrydion

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Mori

A powerful novel for adults - Ffion Dafis's first novel, following the success of her first autobiographical book. She is already a well-known actress.

Ar Daith Olaf

The nightmare of past cases has forced Taliesin to retire as a detective. He takes part in a true crime podcast to keep his mind off the booze. When he and presenter, Mari, receive a link to a real life murder they realise that there are similarities with one of the cases they have been discussing. Who is the murderer and why does he look to the past for inspiration?

Hewl A'i Hwyl, Yr

This is the story of the Hennessys from the standpoint of Dave Burns, one of the trio who enriched the folk singing scene in Wales and beyond. It's also the story of the Irish community in Cardiff, a story that is absent from our history books. This is a story brimming with delight and song, and with a delightful mix of zest and craic.

Tynnu

A collection of short stories by an innovative, contemporary writer.

Dan Gamsyniad

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Hanes Yn Y Tir

In this book, historian Elin Jones shows us that evidence for the past is to be seen everywhere in Wales today. She takes us on a visual journey through over 5,000 years of history, and around every part of Wales. A must read history of Wales for every school, learner and teacher. Also available in English:

A:Annisgwyl

Expect the unexpected in this intriguing volume of short stories which all have a twist in their tails - or should that be tales?!

Bachgen, Y Wahadden, Y Llwynog A'r Ceffyl

Full of beautiful text and illustrations, this lively story, originally created by Charlie Mackesy and now in a Welsh translation by Mererid Hopwood, will certainly strike a chord with readers. Its tender life lessons will remind us of friendship in the midst of a topsy-turvy world.

Rhuddin
Rhuddin


£9.95

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Hela
Hela


£8.99

A novel about friendship, deception and community. We follow a group of friends - Callum, Babo, Jac Do and Saim Bach - who have to learn to grow up quickly as their community, its people and all that is familiar to them shatter.


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