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Produced in series with Anne of Green Gables, this book sees L. M. Montgomery’s celebrated heroine growing into adulthood. Anne Shirley becomes a teacher and helps to raise young twins, but she remains the impulsive, imaginative heroine beloved by readers the world over.
Critically acclaimed historical fiction from the Booker Prize-winning novelist and biographer.
A fine edition of the celebrated limited edition, featuring an additional binding illustration by Quentin Blake.
Beryl Bainbridge’s award-winning portrait of life on board the Titanic is published for the first time alongside her own spectacular paintings.
The harrowing story of a British boy’s four-year ordeal in a Japanese prison camp during the Second World War, based on the author’s own wartime experiences. The first illustrated edition, featuring images by award-winning artist Tim Laing.
Colm Tóibín introduces Hemingway’s early masterpiece.
Renault's acclaimed novel, published in series with The Alexander Trilogy and introduced by the classical historian Robin Lane Fox.
A revelatory examination of a unique oral culture, published for the first time in the UK.
A witty crime caper from the author of The Moving Toyshop, with evocative illustrations by A. Richard Allen.
A modernist masterpiece, Ford Madox Ford’s Great War tetralogy is vividly evoked in this striking two-volume edition.
The much-loved story of Peter Pan, the boy who never grew up, is one of the most enduring creations in children's literature.
A complete collection of Wilde’s enchanting fairy tales, introduced by Jeanette Winterson and with illustrations by Grahame Baker-Smith.
Upon arrival at Moonacre Manor, Maria discovers an enchanted valley where she catches a glimpse of a most unusual horse. So begins a magical adventure that has captivated generations of readers, young and old. Introduced by Jane Shilling and illustrated by Debra McFarlane.
Star of both stage and screen, War Horse is now published in a Folio edition with a striking binding and a series of powerful illustrations by Alan Marks.
The Locked-Room Mysteries set brings together three towering examples of impossible crimes, with stories by Edgar Wallace, Gaston Leroux and John Dickson Carr. This Folio edition is introduced by celebrated crime novelist and current President of the Detection Club, Martin Edwards, and is illustrated by Mark Thomas.
The Folio edition of Stig of the Dump, Clive King’s beloved children’s tale of friendship and time travel. Newly introduced by the award-winning author David Almond, with Edward Ardizzone’s inimitable illustrations from the first edition.
This charming Folio edition of A. A. Milne’s classic children’s book The House at Pooh Corner features the unrivalled original illustrations by E. H. Shepard, in glorious colour.
The iconic tale of demonic possession, Catholic guilt and self-doubt horrifyingly illustrated by acclaimed artist Jeremy Caniglia.
Dramatic accounts of eight sensational murder trials that gripped the nation – and proved that truth really is stranger than fiction.
This exquisite edition reproduces the famous Nonesuch text and features Marcus Stone’s original illustrations.
A stirring tale of vengeance and honour, from the finest historical novelist to write about Roman Britain.
A hauntingly illustrated edition of Under Fire, Henri Barbusse’s uniquely devastating anti-war masterpiece published at the height of the First World War.
A superbly illustrated Folio edition of Patricia Highsmith’s Strangers on a Train – the benchmark of the thriller genre since publication in 1950.
The collector’s edition of Cyrano de Bergerac’s wildly inventive early sci-fi classics – revisited and enhanced by Folio Society favourite Quentin Blake.
In publishing Hermann Hesse for the first time, Folio presents an edition of Steppenwolf featuring images by Dan Hillier, and a very unusual facsimile, bound into the book itself.
A new addition to our Dickens collection, this tale of an orphan’s ascendance from pickpocket to squire reproduces the 1937 Nonesuch text and illustrations and is introduced by Peter Ackroyd.
Both hugely influential and deeply controversial, Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged remains a vital read for anyone seeking to understand the current state of global politics. With stunning illustrations by Anna and Elena Balbusso.
Thomas Hardy’s tragic tale of failed ambition, Jude the Obscure, is illustrated by Peter Reddick and is published as part of the Folio Society Wessex collection.
A meteoric social rise and fall is at the heart of Thomas Hardy’s The Mayor of Casterbridge. This stunning new Folio Society edition is part of our Wessex novels collection.
A sorrowful tale about social mobility, Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the d’Urbervilles is part of the new Folio Society Wessex collection. Each edition is illustrated with Peter Reddick’s evocative woodcuts.