Faber & Faber (@FaberBooks )

Faber & Faber

Bio Purveyors of fine books since 1929, and still trading independently.
Location London
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Following 2,5K
Account created 05-06-2008 16:11:33
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TweetDeck : A tragic death haunts two families in the aftermath of the 1992 LA riots. Will they be able to forge a path to forgiveness while pursuing justice?
Available to request on NetGalley now 👇
netgalley.co.uk/publisher/titl… pic.twitter.com/eC1Zm6kYq5

Twitter Web App : 'You've heard me, scornful, harsh, and discontented,
Mocking and loathing War: you've asked me why
Of my old, silly sweetness I've repented—
My ecstasies changed to an ugly cry.'

Siegfried Sassoon, The Poet As Hero
#ArmisticeDay

TweetDeck : Could you solve Alex Bellos's Three Rabbits puzzle, taken from his new book So You Think You've Got Problems? guardianbookshop.com/so-you-think-y… Here's the answer! [SPOILERS!] pic.twitter.com/MgPpIbJIg6

TweetDeck : ‘Maybe because I never really let go or lose myself with others. After an instant of passion, I always fall back to being the autonomous me.’
Lose yourself in André Aciman’s delicate and audacious new novel, Find Me.

TweetDeck : We are thrilled to announce that Alex Jennings will read Ash Wednesday at Southwark Cathedral for our #FaberMembers event in partnership with the CLS. Tickets available here: cityoflondonsinfonia.co.uk/whats-on/2525/…

TweetDeck : Spotlight on #FindMe—André Aciman much-anticipated sequel to his international bestseller #CallMeByYourName Faber & Faber—in the window of our Charing Cross Road shop 📸 Grab the gorgeous new chapter in Elio and Oliver’s story today! Signed bookplate editions >> bit.ly/36IkHrI

TweetDeck : Memories, even your most precious ones, fade surprisingly quickly. But I don’t go along with that. The memories I value most, I don’t ever see them fading.

Happy 65th Birthday, Kazuo Ishiguro!

TweetDeck : Revisit James and Alyssa in the graphic novel by Charles Forsman #TEOTFW

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TweetDeck : Happy publication day to Christmas in Austin! Benjamin Markovits new novel brings us right into the heart of family life to explore the deep-rooted division between the world we grow up in, and the life we make for ourselves ✨

TweetDeck : Happy publication day to Alex Bellos for his ingenious and brain-teasing selection of puzzles So You Think You've Got Problems? guardianbookshop.com/so-you-think-y… We'll post the answer to the three rabbits puzzle on Monday. pic.twitter.com/C5EbipNjnN