Foyles - blogs - blogsen-gb22/12/2014 11:01:5315The best fiction of 2014 at Foyles feel that 2014 been a very good year for fiction and our customers seem to agree, with big leaps in sales in all our branches. Our web editor, Jonathan Ruppin, looks at why this might be, selects his top titles and explains why Dutch novelist Peter Buwalda's Bonita Avenue is his book of the year....15/12/2014 00:00:001297Making failure into an art've probably heard of the writer Franz Kafka; but what about Hans Kafka? No? Well, there's a reason for that......09/12/2014 00:00:001296The noir prophet returns Hamilton-Jones, from our Charing Cross Road shop, celebrates the return of William Gibson with The Peripheral, which should delight fans of his early futuristic works, such as Neuromancer....01/12/2014 00:00:001293GUEST BLOG: Behind the magic Ryan reveals how he put together his stunning paper-cut and screen-printed illustrations to create his latest book, The Kingdom Revealed....21/11/2014 00:00:001294GUEST BLOG: Why does the Ukraine crisis matter to the West? Wilson, author of Ukraine Crisis: What It Means for the West, highlights the issues that matter about the Kiev Uprising and Russia's response....19/11/2014 00:00:001292GUEST BLOG: India's forgotten sacrifice Catherine Hall reveals the surprising history of Brighton Pavilion and its Indian guests during World War I....05/11/2014 00:00:001291GUEST BLOG: Meetings with remarkable Londoners author of Londonopolis: A Curious History of London picks ten of its most unusual inhabitants, including the real-life inspiration for a Bond villain, the artist that even Turner felt inferior to and the pattern-cutter who took the fashion world by storm....28/10/2014 00:00:001290Helping kids discover London's wildlife's natural wonders, even in a city like London, can offer all manner of fun and adventure this half-term, suggests Laura from our Royal Festival Hall shop....23/10/2014 00:00:001289GUEST BLOG: Poetry and art - a wartime romance Spens, illustrator and Director of 3:AM Press, looks at the the important relationship between books and the artwork that adorns them....17/10/2014 00:00:001286A book is for life, not just for GCSE from our Bristol branch on how the books we read at school often resonate with us throughout lives, as well as starting us out on a lifelong journey of literary discovery....14/10/2014 00:00:001281