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The Book Club Bible

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A comprehensive reading guide packed with 100 recommended titles from classics to current bestsellers … in fact a rival to me! But joking apart, it’s an excellent little book giving you a synopsis, background information, discussion points and reviews to a diverse selection of titles. Something for everyone.

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Every book club member has felt the pressure to pick out a new title for the whole group to read and enjoy. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a book that helped you to make that all-important decision and maintain your place of respect in the book club? Fear no more, The Book Club Bible is here to help. Containing a diverse selection of books to choose from, the guide includes a succinct precis, interesting discussion points and facts, background information and potential partner books. From chart-toppers to old favourites, every literary taste is catered for and you’ll be sure to make an informed and popular choice. Above all, The Book Club Bible just suggests some damn good reads. Compiled by a range of English literature experts and avid readers, this informative and enthusiastic guide is guaranteed to inspire.

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Great for reading groups The Bookseller A guide to 100 of the books you might want to read as chosen by various experts Evening Standard A handy guide to 200 diverse novels The Oldie


About the Author

Lionel Shriver is the author of The Post-Birthday World; So Much for That, a finalist for the National BookAward;and We Need to Talk About Kevin, thewinner of theOrange Prize. She lives in London and New York City.

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Publication date

1st October 2007

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Publisher

Michael O'mara Books Ltd

Format

Paperback
224 pages

Categories

Literary Fiction
Literary Fiction
Reading Groups
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Fiction companions
Anthologies (non-poetry)
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ISBN

9781843179603

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