What they want to read in 2010

The 1st Wed Reading Group has come up with a big list of books to be voted for 2010. They are happy to share this information with you.

What do you think of the list and will you read any one of these titles? Let us know by commenting on this blog site…

The lieutenant by Kate Grenvills – it’s an Australian historical fiction

The slap by Christos Tsiolkas – it’s a contemporary fiction

The vanishing act of Esme Lennox by Maggie O’Farrell – It’s an India and Scotland historyical fiction

Dog boy by Eva Hornung – it’s a story about a 4 years old, a fiction

Wanting by Richard Flanagan – it’s a crime fiction

The secret scripture by Sebastian Barry – a story about an old woman who’s 100 years old, almost.

The spare room by Helen Gardner – a fiction about friendship

The road by Cormac McCarthy – it’s a fiction about life of destruction

The time traveller’s wife by Audrey Niffenegger – it’s a time travel fiction

The 19th wif by David Ebershoff – a fiction about Mormon and crime

A most wanted man by John Le Carre – a crime fiction

Too close to home by Linwood Barclay – a crime fiction

Dark country by Bronwyn Parry – a crime fiction

One flew over the cuckoo’s nest by Ken kesey – a classic fiction

Lolita by Valdimir Nabokov – a classic fiction

The boat by nam le – a refugee fiction

Underground by Andrew McGahan – a reflection of what could have happened under counter terroism under Howard years.

The white queen by Philippa Gregory – an historical fiction

In cold blood: a true account of a multiple murder and ints consequences by Truman Capote – a non fiction

The surgeon of Crowthorne by Simon Winchester – a true crime story

Dear fatty by Dawn French – biography

Through a glass darkly by Caroline Jones – biography

1788 by David Hill – history of the 1st Fleet

Solitude by Anthony Storr – personal happiness

The god delusion by Richard Dawkins – a book question the existance of God

The thirty six by Siegmund Siegreich – a surviver’s story in Nazi concentration camp after 167 family members had been exteminated.

Strange days indeed by Francis Wheen – 70s and its paranoia

The age of the unthinable by Joshua Cooper Ramo – a non fiction about world politics

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