In June, Faber is repackaging eight of their back catalogue under the heading 'Revolutionary Writing'. It seems a pretty broad and arbitrary name for what seems to be a random book from each of their top-selling writers. Here are the covers so far available (two more in the series--Rohinton Mistry's A Fine Balance and David Peace's GB84--don't yet have covers).
I quite like the Auster and James covers (though neither book is that great*), and the Foden and Kureishis anren't bad. Overall, though, these just don't seem revolutionary enough.
* James's The Children of Men is an excellent example of the Godfather syndrome: great books often make mediocre movies, but mediocre books can make for great films.