My Top Ten, which swiftly morphed into a Top Twenty

I thought I’d briefly compile a little list of some truly remarkable reads.

Some, I had the pleasure of coming in contact with a very long time ago, whilst others are fairly new acquaintances.

Be aware, I’m not an undergraduate in literature (oh the shock), and sometimes I struggle to read between the lines, however these little beauties have delivered hours of enjoyment, so I thought it would be wise to share…

Please note: The below mentioned aren’t in any particular order (except maybe 1, 2, 3) and will no doubt be added to (so look out for joint 3rd , joint 4th and joint 15th etc in the not too distant future).

The Alexandria quartet Lawrence Durrell

London Fields Martin Amis

The Blind Assassin Margaret Attwood

Atonement Ian McEwan

Anna Karenina Leo Tolstoy

The Road Home Rose Tremain

The Little Friend Donna Tartt

Vernon God Little DBC Pierre

Lolita Vladimir Nabokov

Cloudstreet Tim Winton

Jude the Obscure Thomas Hardy

The Good Soldier Ford Madox Ford

The Submerged Cathedral Charlotte Wood

The Thing Around Your Neck Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

The Loved One Evelyn Waugh

Tomorrow in the Battle Think on Me Javier Marias

The Secret History Donna Tartt

One Hundred Years of Solitude Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Victory Joseph Conrad

The Master and Margarita Mikhail Bulgakov

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