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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.
A Discovery of Witches provoked lively discussion among members of the Chantry Journeys reading group
The Borrowers book group found The Penguin Lessons charming, amusing and interesting.
The Stopped Heart is an eerie and resonant novel with masterfully-created characters and skilful plotting.