Three Specsavers National Book Awards for Kay

Three Specsavers National Book Awards for Kay

The Specsavers National Book Awards winners have been announced. Adam Kay picked up three awards for This is Going to Hurt, while Gail Honeyman won the Specsavers Popular Fiction Book of the Year with Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine.

Highlights of the awards will be aired on ITV during Christmas specials of Zoe Ball on Saturday/Sunday on 22nd and 23rd December.

 A full list of winners is available below:

Audible New Writer of the Year
Adam Kay, This is Going to Hurt (Picador, Pan Macmillan)

Autobiography/Biography of the Year
Everything I Know About Love by Dolly Alderton (Fig Tree, Penguin General, PRH)

Children's Book of the Year
Stories for Boys Who Dare to be Different by Ben Brooks illustrated by Quinton Winter (Quercus, Hachette)

Young Adult Book of the Year
Feminists Don't Wear Pink, curated by Scarlett Curtis (Penguin Children’s Books, PRH)

Crime/Thriller Book of the Year
Snap by Belinda Bauer (Transworld, PRH)

Specsavers Popular Fiction Book of the Year
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman (Harper Fiction, HC)

Popular Non-Fiction Book of the Year
This is Going to Hurt by Adam Kay (Picador, Pan Macmillan)

International Author of the Year
Sally Rooney, Normal People (Faber & Faber)

The Vintner Food & Drink Book of the Year
Ottolenghi Simple by Yotam Ottolenghi (Ebury Press, PRH)

LBC Audiobook of the Year
The Order of Time by Carlo Rovelli, read by Benedict Cumberbatch (Audio, PRH)

Specsavers ZBOS Book Club Book of the Year
This is Going to Hurt by Adam Kay (Picador, Pan Macmillan)

UK Author of the Year
Philip Pullman, The Book of Dust Vol 1: La Belle Sauvage (Penguin and David Fickling Books, PRH)