by Marian Keyes
Johnny Casey, his two brothers Ed and Liam, their beautiful, talented wives and all their kids spend a lot of time together. Under the surface, though, conditions are murky. While some people clash, other people like each other far too much … As everything unravels, each of the adults finds themselves wondering if it’s finally time to grow up.
by Sam Beckbessinger
You don’t know how to budget for your lunch breaks, much less your life. You haven’t asked for a raise in years and you have too many credit cards in your wallet. This book will sort you out. This book is the book to f*cking get. Great to see it back in the top 10.
by Jamie Oliver
From simple suppers and family favourites, to weekend dishes for sharing with friends, Jamie’s latest cookbook is packed full of phenomenal food – pure and simple. Featuring more than 100 easy, flavour-packed and accessible recipes, including Amazing Veggie Chilli and Greens Mac ’n Cheese.
by Pieter du Toit
Pieter du Toit’s 2019 blockbuster is back on the charts. The author examines South Africa’s “club” of winelands billionaires to determine whether the town has an outsized influence on business and society.
by Jeff Kinney
The fourteenth book in the bestselling Wimpy Kid series. Big changes are in store for Greg Heffley and his family. They are making home improvements! When the dust finally settles, will the Heffleys be able to stay . . . or will they need to get out of town?
by Robert T. Kiyosaki
The ‘no. 1 personal finance book of all time’, first published almost 23 years ago, creeps into the SA top ten for the first time since Daily Maverick started compiling this list. At least Sam Beckbessinger’s local title in the same genre is beating it! (See no. 5.)
We Have A Gamechanger: A Decade of Daily Maverick
“The only time I was slightly nervous was when we got this WhatsApp from the group saying, ‘Here are the names of lawyers, if your house gets raided’. And then I worried about my children, and I worried about what it would mean for them to have the house raided. I grew up in apartheid South Africa, and those guys would have raided my house within five minutes if they’d known we had all those documents. I thought it was unlikely, but I made sure that the files weren’t in my house. I took them somewhere safe, just so that it wasn’t there. We had instructions to throw it out the window, or stand on it, which I would have done.” – Excerpt from We Have A Gamechanger: A Decade of Daily Maverick
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