LEGO Star Wars T-Shirts (Stormtrooper Medium)
Celebrate the LEGO Star Wars phenomenon via these hip T-shirts emblazoned with iconic Star Wars characters in LEGO form. Ideal for sci-fi loving building block fans. C'mon, Lego of your hate and buy one.
Marshmallow Fluff (3 Pack of Original)
The best bit of a toasted marshmallow is that squishy, melty bit in the middle. But trying to spread it is harder than pulling apart a Jammie Dodger. Enter this delicious goo that can be spread and scoffed in seconds.
Aston Martin Thrill
You're liable to wet your tuxedo with excitement as you roar around the circuit in a ludicrously powerful Aston Martin DB9 or AMV8. Combining gut-wrenching speed with serene handling, these classy British beasts need taming - and you're the one to do it. Beats dinner with Pussy Galore any day.
Metamorphosis and Other Stories
This collection of new translations brings together the small proportion of Kafka's works that he thought worthy of publication. It includes "Metamorphosis", his most famous work, an exploration of horrific transformation and alienation; "Meditation", a collection of his earlier studies; "The Judgement", written in a single night of frenzied creativity; "The Stoker", the first chapter of a novel set in America and a fascinating occasional piece, "The Aeroplanes at Brescia", Kafka's eyewitness account of an air display in 1909. Together, these stories reveal the breadth of Kafka's literary vision and the extraordinary imaginative depth of his thought.
"Animal Farm" is one of the most famous warnings ever written. Orwell's immortal satire - 'against Stalin' as he wrote to his French translator - can be read on many levels. With its piercing clarity and deceptively simple style it is no surprise that this novel is required reading for schoolchildren and politicians alike. This fable of the steadfast horses Boxer and Clover, the opportunistic pigs Snowball and Napoleon, and the deafening choir of sheep remains an unparalleled masterpiece. One reviewer wrote 'In a hundred years' time perhaps "Animal Farm" ...may simply be a fairy story: today it is a fairy story with a good deal of point.' Over sixty years on in the age of spin, it is more relevant than ever. Rejected by such eminent publishing figures as Victor Gollancz, Jonathan Cape and T.S. Eliot, "Animal Farm" was published to great acclaim by Martin Secker and Warburg on 17 August 1945 in an edition of 4500 copies. In the centenary year of Martin Secker, Ltd., Harvill Secker is proud to publish this special edition with a brand-new introduction by Christopher Hitchens.