Meet the Eight Most Favourited Publishers in the UK
because you can see all your favourite publishers in one place, it makes it easier to find the books you want.
And this set us to thinking – which publishers are the most popular?
We hope you see your favourites here!
The Last Days of Summer
Literature & Fiction
Penguin Books is one of the most iconic of all UK publishers. Their choice is The Last Days of Summer by Vanessa Ronan – a tense and suspenseful tale of family living in the aftermath of Jasper Curtis’s crimes…
Beautiful Broken Things
Teens & YA
With one of the widest, most eclectic list on NetGalley, Pan Macmillan is a firm favourite. Their choice is Beautiful Broken Things – a heart-stoppingly beautiful debut novel from Sara Barnard that is already garnering a huge following.
River of Ink
Paul M. M. Cooper
Literature & Fiction
From Bloomsbury, the home of Harry Potter, comes a brilliant and diverse collection of writers and styles. Their choice is Paul MM Cooper’s River of Ink, a story of love and revolution from a fierce new literary talent.
The Poison Artist
Mystery & Thriller
Some of the world’s most enduring crime writers and an incredible stable of fiction means Orion is loved by NetGalley members. Their choice is The Poison Artist by Jonathan Moore – a frightening and wholly inventive crime thriller.
Your Heart is a Muscle the Size of a Fist
Politics, Literature/Fiction (Adult)
Little, Brown encompasses a huge range of quality writing, from award-winners to household names. Their choice is the fabulous Your Heart is a Muscle the Size of a Fist by Sunil Yapa, sure to be one of 2016’s most talked-about titles.
Meet Me In Manhattan
HarperCollins imprint Avon is famed for its dynamic and diverse approach to commercial fiction. Their choice is Meet Me in Manhattan by Claudia Carroll – a novel as intoxicating as the city in which it is set.
Home Is Burning
Biographies & Memoirs
Hodder & Stoughton publishes award-winning, best-selling books, from world-class fiction to professional and personal learning and development. Their choice is the hilarious, boisterous and brilliantly foul-mouthed memoir, Home is Burning by Dan Marshall.