Hurst’s Books of the Year 2018

As 2018 draws to a close, we look back on some of best books of the year. Here are our 2018 titles that have been voted Book of the Year in publications such as the Financial Times, the Spectator and The Economist.

Across an Angry Sea: The SAS in the Falklands War by Cedric Delves
chosen by Evening Standard

Currently 35% off in the winter sale

Hunger and Fury: The Crisis of Democracy in the Balkans by Jasmin Mujanovic
chosen by The Spectator

Currently 35% off in the winter sale

The National Debt: A Short History by Martin Slater
chosen by New Statesman

Currently 35% off in the winter sale

Nightmarch: Among India’s Revolutionary Guerrillas by Alpa Shah
chosen by New Statesman

Currently 35% off in the winter sale

First Raise a Flag: How South Sudan Won the Longest War but Lost the Peace by Peter Martell
chosen by The Spectator and The Economist

Vintage Humour: The Islamic Wine Poetry of Abu Nuwas by Alex Rowell
chosen by Evening Standard

Dreamers: How Young Indians are Changing the World by Snigdha Poonam
chosen by The Financial Times

Currently 35% in the winter sale

Empire of Enchantment: The Story of Indian Magic by John Zubrzycki
chosen by New Statesman

Currently 35% off in the winter sale

Orban: Europe’s New Strongman by Paul Lendvai
WINNER of the Prix du Livre Européen 2018

Currently 35% off in the winter sale

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