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A Line Made By Walking is original and unusual, disturbing and challenging.
The Huntingfield Paintress is a good story with sympathetic characters, set in nineteenth-century Suffolk.
Little Fires Everywhere features a rich narrative, a compelling, emotionally-involving story, and interesting, sympathetic and complex characters.
The Reason I Jump is the most important book Natasha has read this year.
Their Finest Hour and a Half is funny, moving, romantic and uplifting, yet realistic about the tragedies of the Second World War.
A charming and gentle story, The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper makes a good holiday book with the read-on factor.
The Tenderness of Wolves sets a number of admirable characters against a wonderfully-described landscape.
Less Than Angels is very well-written and features astute observations and laugh-out-loud humour
Chantry Journeys book group found The Reader on the 6.27 a larger-than-life, unique, original and absolutely delightful story.
Foxlowe is an evocative, absorbing page-turner of a book.