My word of mouth book is: Elizabeth is Missing by Emma Healey.
And in the same spirit of my Word of Mouth campaign, do read this (below) taken from the BBC news website
Eimear McBride has won the Desmond Elliott Prize for debut novelists for her book A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing.
Judge, Chris Cleave, called it "the kind of novel that is written once in a generation and takes the art to an entirely new place".
The book has risen to such acclaim after being initially rejected by countless publishers for its experimental style.
It eventually came to the attention of Norwich-based independent publisher Galley Beggar Press.
Chris Cleave, an author and journalist, called on fellow writers to "raise up the next generation of novelists".
Chair of judges, Cleave, called it "the kind of novel that is written once in a generation"
"When it comes to serious literature, the various parasites are now killing the host organism," he said.
"From now on, I want to see every established writer, whenever they win a prize, or give an interview, or make a statement on Twitter, insist on mentioning an upcoming novelist whose work needs more recognition.
"Let this generation of writers give life to the next, or may we be damned as the ones who let literature be murdered on our watch."