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Suggested Books for the Purple Book Club Winter read

So far there have been 3 excellent suggestions for our Winter Read. I really need a few more. Any ideas please let me know asap. so that we can let Santa know in plenty of time.Wink

If you've not taken part before
1. Suggest a book.
2. We vote for our favourite ( I put the list up on my blog.
3. The most popular book becomes the Purple Book Club's Winter read.
See, 'tis easy

Posted at 11th Nov 2008 - 02:41PM   Posted by Lampworkbeader   Suggested Books for the Purple Book Club Winter read Comments: 7

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Exmoorjane's Avatar Cait was raving about a book recently - have you got that? Ditto Milla re The Outcast by Sadie Jones. Would they be good?

Posted by: Exmoorjane on 11th Nov 2008 at 03:15PM

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Pondside's Avatar I keep on suggesting The Birth House by Ami McKay - so I'll try again, as I think that it would stir some interesting conversation. Check it out here http://www.thebirthhouse.com/description.htm

Posted by: Pondside on 11th Nov 2008 at 04:24PM

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Fennie's Avatar I can offer you 'The Eustace Diamonds' by Anthony Trollope.

Posted by: Fennie on 11th Nov 2008 at 04:24PM

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Withy Brook's Avatar Could be time for a classic rather than a modern book, Fennie?

Posted by: Withy Brook on 11th Nov 2008 at 05:46PM

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Westerwitch's Avatar And 5. Westerwitch always suggests Hat Full of Sky by Terry Pratchett and no-one (once not even WW) votes for it.

Posted by: Westerwitch on 11th Nov 2008 at 08:10PM

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Fennie's Avatar It's not really a classic - not like Trollope's Barchester or Palliser novels. I had never heard of it, but found it lurking, a tatty paperback on the top corner of the bookcase where it has remained, yellowing for the last 15 years. Whence it came I know not. Perhaps from a charity shop. But it is a great potboiler and cries out for a television adaptation. It is light and comic but with these marvellously rich characters that are both modern and recognisable. But also it is full of cleverness and subtlety and poses enormous question marks such as - well how would you behave if you found yourself in this situation? So I will recommend it. Not that I should be recommending anything being, not a member of the Book Club.

Posted by: Fennie on 11th Nov 2008 at 08:45PM

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Lampworkbeader's Avatar Thanks all noted, any more suggestions?

Posted by: Lampworkbeader on 12th Nov 2008 at 01:41PM

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