Books on the go

Books on the go

We’ve launched our first ever book club with great titles to be featured every month so our commuters can have access to great discounts on books we’ve handpicked just for you.

July - Try Not to Breathe by Holly Seddon 

June - A Dictionary of Mutual Understanding by Jackie Copleton

February - How Hard Can Love Be? by Holly Bourne

November - A Better Man by Leah McLaren

October - Silent Kill by Chris Ryan

September - Late Fragments by Kate Gross

August - Little Black Lies by Sharon Bolton and The Famous Five: Five on a Treasure Island by Enid Blyton

July - The Book of Lost & Found by Lucy Foley


Book for July

Try Not To Breathe

by Holly Seddon

This month's book is Try Not to Breathe by Holly Seddon, an emotionally charged psychological thriller that will keep you turning the pages, just remember to breathe and don't miss your stop!

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Book for June

A Dictionary of Mutual Understanding

by Jackie Copleton

This month, we have an emotional, family story rich with historical detail in the form of this debut novel by Jackie Copleton. A mother’s love. A daughter’s courage. And a secret that will tear them apart.

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Book for February

How Hard Can Love Be?

by Holly Bourne

This month, to tie in with Valentine’s Day, we have Holly Bourne’s How Hard Can Love Be? - the perfect Valentine’s day read packed full of female friendship squads, first love and feminism.

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Book for November

A Better Man

by Leah McLaren

This month we have a brilliantly funny read offering a fresh take on modern marriage. What happens when the only way to end your marriage is to be the perfect husband?

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Book for OctoberSilent Kill by Chris Ryan

Silent Kill

by Chris Ryan 

This month’s book will take you close to the action, with no-frills prose that will virtually dictate the pace at which you read it. Chris Ryan’s books take you even further into the heart of a mission with more extreme action, pace and insider knowledge. This month’s book offers much more than a conventional thriller.

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Late Fragments by Kate GrossBook for September

Late Fragments

by Kate Gross

This month we have a very moving true story. Late Fragments is about the wonder to be found in the everyday and how to fill your life hope and joy even in the face of tragedy.

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Books for August

This month our Book Club is offering something extra special, in addition to our Book of the Month ‘Little Black Lies’ by Sharon Bolton we are also featuring a children’s book, ‘The Famous Five: Five on a Treasure Island’ by Enid Blyton, to help stop the boredom monster from biting over the summer holidays.

In addition to free sample chapters we also have books to give away and great competition prizes to be won. Keep an eye on our Thameslink or Great Northern pages to find out more.

The Famous FiveChildren’s book

The Famous Five: Five on a Treasure Island

by Enid Blyton

As a special treat for the Summer holidays, we have a classic adventure story to keep the children entertained and to stop the boredom monster from biting.

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Little Black Lies by Sharon BoltonAdult book

Little Black Lies

by Sharon Bolton

Our second book for our Book Club is a very moving psychological thriller by the best selling author Sharon Bolton, one to keep you on the edge of your train seat!

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July's Book

The Book of Lost & Found

by Lucy Foley

We have kicked off our Book Club with a beautifully written story about sacrifice and love that spans the generations. Lucy Foley's debut novel is the perfect holiday escape that you’ll immerse yourself in- and find it hard to put down. 

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