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  • Gill

    Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

  • Melanie C

    The Geography of You and Me x

  • Heather

    The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde

  • Ilir

    Faber Castel – German engineering at its best.

  • Andrew Halliwell

    Robert Jordan’s “wheel of time” series. Although he didn’t complete it before he died. (someone else took over using his notes) and I’ve not got round to reading the last 3 books in the series yet.

  • sakurasake

    Anatomy of an Epidemic by Robert Whitaker.

  • Generation X by Douglas Coupland

  • Kelly Lain

    I can’t recall the name, but the follow up book from Jennifer Worth about her life after midwifery. Fab book, but not everyones cup of tes as its about death.

    • Karen

      Goodbye to the EastEnd

      • Karen

        No…Farewell to the EastEnd! All four of her books were great.

  • shea wong

    The Divine Invasion, by Philip K Dick. Transformative work.

  • Fiona R

    Mummy said the f word – Fiona Gibson 🙂

  • Karen

    The Mystery of Mercy Close by Marian Keyes. Recommended it to my friend, she loved it!

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  • Jayne K

    It was a book of mixed poetry

  • rdcalhoon

    That would depend on the friend, wouldn’t it?

  • poshpink

    One for the money – Janet Evanovich – funny & easy to read!

  • indiecognition

    The Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri

  • AJ F

    The Autobiography of Henry VIII

  • Daily Rituals by Mason Currey. Details rituals of many famous creative people.

  • HaloCure

    The Burning Dark by Adam Christopher

  • James K

    Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand

  • Sensitivemuse

    Dominion by CJ Sansom

  • Steven C

    My autobiography by Sir Alex Ferguson

  • Suzanne Cooke

    I read the The hunger games. Much better then the films.

  • RFong

    Every Man Dies Alone by Hans Fallada

  • Nate

    Doomed by Chuck Palahniuk

  • Kelly M.

    I just recommended Tribes of Heaven by Ann S. Koi to someone yesterday. And I would do so any other day. It’s fantastic & dark & like … a space/Sci-Fi sort of Song of Ice & Fire (George RR Martin’s series the Game of Thones show is from). It’s grim and so very human (though doesn’t actually include too many humans.) It’s friggin brilliant.

  • Lucy M

    The Game of Thrones series. Loads of fun to be had teasing people who are only watching the televised series and have no idea what’s about to hit them… 😀

  • Saul Hymes

    The Circle by Dave Eggers–a fun read, though a little heavy-handed with it’s allegory…

  • susanseaman

    the secret, life changing book

  • Louise

    I just finished reading the Game of Thrones books again, I’ve got my brother to read them and he loves them too now.

  • Sandra Clarke

    Perfect People by Peter James

  • ishb

    Night Train to Lisbon by Pascal Mercier

  • Jennifer Kerley

    The Almond Tree by Michelle Cohen Corasanti

  • Mike Gerrie

    Alex Ferguson – My Autobiography

  • zooe bryan

    we that are left fab story 😀

  • Rosie d

    Americanah by Chimanda Nqozi Adichi

  • Map Reader

    Map Addict – Mike Parker

  • Ian Boucher

    Call the midwife :Jennifer Worth…..Highly recommend it :o)

  • Lia

    The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

  • Sebastian C

    IQ84 by Haruki Murukami

  • Jane Willis

    Where Women Are Kings by Christie Watson

  • Amanda

    Beast by Faye Kellerman.

  • Leanne B

    The Master & Margarita by Mikhael Bulgakov recommended to me by a Russian friend, fascinating story & now my son has also read it.

  • Jennifer Rhymer

    Bridget Jones Mad About The Boy by Helen Fielding 🙂

  • Julia Nicholls

    Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell

  • Katie Kingsbury

    Soulless by Gail Carriger

  • Kelandab

    Churchills Angels – Ruby Jackson

    Kel Ellen Hirst

  • Simon Collinge

    Jasper Fforde – Shades of Grey

  • Tamalyn Roberts

    the testing by Joelle Charbonneau its brilliant, if you liked hunger games and divergent then you will love it!

  • Gillian Holmes

    Pompeii by Mary Beard

  • JudeVFR400

    Wake, by Anna Hope

  • Tracey Peach

    Becoming Mrs Walsh & yes I would recommend it

  • Christine Caple

    No Time for Goodbye – Linwood Barclay

  • Irene Jackson

    Calculated In Death JD Robb

  • Jo Booth

    The Shock of the Fall, very good book. Have already recommended it 🙂

  • Lisa Hall

    Jill Mansell – An Offer You Can’t Refuse. I love all her books and would recommend them.

  • Natalie Crossan

    Zadie Smith – White Teeth