Maus went down well, with a lot of discussion about the family dynamics as well as how it describes the Holocaust, and the use of animals to represent different races. Apologies it was a...
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2666 A.M. Homes A Farewell to Arms A Fine Balance Alan Hollinghurst Alberto Barrera Tyszka Ali Smith All Quiet on the Western Front Americanah Andrew Miller Andrey Kurkov Autumn A visit from the goon squad Barbara Kingsolver Ben Okri Bonfire of the Vanities Book Secret Santa Bring up the Bodies Capital Charles Dickens Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Chinua Achebe christmas Craig Taylor curry Dangerous Liaisons David Mitchell death and the penguin Donna Tartt Doris Lessing Edgar Allan Poe Erich Maria Remarque Ernest Hemingway Freedom Graeme Macrae Burnet Hilary Mantel Iain Banks Jeffrey Eugenides Jennifer Egan John Ronson John Wyndham Jonas Jonasson Jonathan Franzen Jon Lanchester Just Kids Kazuo Ishiguro Khans Kishwar Desai Lanark Left Hand of Darkness Lionel Shriver Louis de Bernieres Margaret Atwood Mark Twain Marlon James May we be forgiven Murders in the Rue Morgue Neil Gaiman Nevil Shute Oliver Twist One Million Tiny Plays About Britain On The Beach Patricia Highsmith Patti Smith Philip Roth Pierre Choderlos de Laclos Prize Pure Rebecca Skloot Roberto Bolano Rohinton Mistry Seasonal Quartet Shirley Jackson So Much for That Talented Mr Ripley The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn The Blind Assassin The Chrysalids The Crow Road The Famished Road The Golden Notebook The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks The Lacuna the man in the high castle The Marriage Plot The Poisonwood Bible The Psychopath Test The Sickness The Stranger's Child the third policeman The War of Don Emmanuel's Nether Parts things fall apart Tom Wolfe Transition Umbrella Ursula K. Le Guin Will Self Witness the Night Wolf Hall