Just a quick post to flag up - unusually - a change of title for a book. Gabrielle Zevin's The Collected Works of A.J. Fikry has just come out in paperback here, newly titled The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry.
I read it last year and found it fun - it's set in a bookshop and is about a bookseller whose life is in ruins, until one day a 'new arrival' changes everything. It's "a heart-warming tale of transformation and the power of literature. Funny, slick, charming, and upbeat, it can be read in a sitting, and with its small, sometimes unlikely, cast of characters and bittersweet humour, it should bring a smile to the face of every booklover."