‘Stunning’, ‘heartbreaking’, ‘thrumming with life’, ‘witty’ and ‘reinvigorating’. Just a few of the adjectives used to describe our new and noteworthy books of 2013. Scroll down for a snapshot of our most exciting talent, both debut and established, from 4th Estate.
Happy New Year from all at 4th Estate. Here’s to another year of exploration on the internet. As a new year dawns, we hope that 2013 brings odder and funnier literary tumblrs, greater book obsessives, even more awe-inspiring (and sing-along) videos and further articles, essays and debates on the most important of subjects: what to read when, where, how and why. To start us off here are our picks from the web this week, chosen by us for you.
If you’ve made a New Year’s resolution to lose weight, eat healthier or simply improve your lifestyle, this selection of 4th Estate books can help.
What to Eat by Joanna Blythman
Bombarded by questions such as ‘Is red meat bad for you?’ and ‘Is local always best?’ it’s difficult to know what to eat. In What to Eat Joanna Blythman provides you with the information you need to make thoughtful and practical choices about what to eat each day, regardless of your income.