Father’s Day is this Sunday (6 September), so time is now of the essence if you are still trying to find the perfect present for your dad.
To help ease your shopping woes, we’ve put together our top ten recommended titles that any dad is sure to love.
We’ve got something for all types of dads, from the foodies to petrol heads, and from the sports fans to fiction aficionados. Check out our guaranteed best dad’s day gifts below.
The Shepherd's Crown
by Terry Pratchett
The Shepherd's Crown
is the 41st and final Discworld novel from the late Sir Terry Pratchett. The main character in the book is Tiffany Aching, a trainee witch who first appeared in The Wee Free Men
and whose growth into her job has been one of the many Discworld story arcs.
Everyday Super Food
by Jamie Oliver
This is the perfect book for anyone who wants to eat more healthily but doesn’t know how or where to start. These recipes will make for a happier and healthier you, so get ready to feel better every day with Jamie's collection of nutritious yet delicious recipes.
by Mark Webber
Mark Webber’s career in F1 stretched for an incredible eleven years, seeing him garner thirteen poll positions, earn forty-two podiums and win nine races including the crown jewel of F1, the Monaco Grand Prix, twice. But there's more than F1 to the story of the boy from Queanbeyan.
by Stuart Coupe
Known to many as GODinski, Michael Gudinski is unquestionably the most powerful and influential figure in the Australian rock'n'roll music business - and has been for the last four decades. Rock journalist Stuart Coupe delves into Gudinski's and in doing so gives us a backstage pass to forty years of Australian rock.
Life and Football
by Jonathan Brown
Three premierships, three club best-and-fairests, two All Australian selections and a Coleman Medal: Jonathan Brown knows footy, and he has stories to tell. One of the best power forwards of the last decade and a great character, Jonathan Brown has become the people's champion. This is his story, warts and all, and you can hear him talking more about it here
The Girl in the Spider's Web
by David Lagercrantz
She is the girl with the dragon tattoo. Lisbeth Salander. An uncompromising misfit whose burning sense of injustice and talent for investigation will never respect boundaries of state or status. And she’s back for more.
by Robin Hobb
The second novel in the Fitz and the Fool series amps up where Fool’s Assassin
left off. According to George R.R. Martin, this is ‘fantasy as it ought to be written’.
The English Spy
by Daniel Silva
The target is royal. The game is revenge. Gabriel Allon returns in this spring's hottest thriller, from #1 New York Times bestselling author Daniel Silva.
by Robert Macklin
Giving a unique glimpse into the warfare of the future, Warrior Elite
is a gripping, thorough, and up-to-date account of both the past and present state of our Special Forces and intelligence bodies.
by Lee Child
Jack Reacher is back in his twentieth outing. With nowhere to go and all the time in the world to get there, Reacher finds himself in Mother's Rest and in possession of a cryptic note making reference to two hundred deaths. What follows is a thrilling and nail-biting quest into the heart of darkness.
Purchase Make Me
before 6 September and receive for free Vince Flynn’s thriller American Assassin
(while stocks last).