• The Night Watch - Sarah Waters
  • What is Not Yours is Not Yours - Helen Oyeyemi
  • Why be happy when you could be normal? -Jeanette Winterson
  • Middlemarch- George Eliot*
  • Reader, I married him - ed. Tracy Chevalier
  • Sylvia's Lovers - Elizabeth Gaskell*
  • The Small House at Allington - Anthony Trollope*
  • Hotel World - Ali Smith
  • The Tenant of Wildfell Hall - Anne Brontë*
  • Girl meets boy - Ali Smith*
  • Orlando - Virginia Woolf
  • Frankenstein - Mary Shelley*
  • The Little Stranger - Sarah Waters
  • Wildfire - Andrea Brady
  • Well Then There Now - Juliana Spahr
  • The Penelopiad - Margaret Atwood
  • On Beauty - Zadie Smith
  • Spring - Ali Smith
  • The Woman in White - Wilkie Collins
  • That Winter the Wolf Came - Juliana Spahr
  • Villette - Charlotte Brontë*
  • Tin Man - Sarah Winman
  • Lady Audley's Secret - Mary Elizabeth Braddon*
  • Timbuktu - Paul Auster
  • The Bell Jar - Sylvia Plath
  • Autumn - Ali Smith*
  • White is for Witching - Helen Oyeyemi*
  • The Wonder -Emma Donoghue
  • The Passion - Jeanette Winterson
  • Shivelight - Kate Parkinson
  • Like - Ali Smith
  • Stone Mattress - Margaret Atwood
  • Tangerine - Christine Mangan
  • Convenience Store Woman - Sayaka Murata
  • Wives and Daughters- Elizabeth Gaskell
  • Normal People - Sally Rooney
  • The Essex Serpent- Sarah Perry
  • The Accidental -Ali Smith*
  • Frankissstein - Jeanette Winterson
  • Jane, a murder - Maggie Nelson
  • Swing Time - Zadie Smith
  • Half of a Yellow Sun - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
  • Gentleman Jack: The Real Anne Lister - Anna Choma
  • A Girl is a Half-formed Thing - Eimear McBride
  • O Pioneers - Willa Cather
  • Back When We Were Grownups - Anne Tyler
  • The Great Gatsby -F. Scott Fitzgerald *
  • Sula -Toni Morrison*
  • Of Mice and Men - John Steinbeck*
  • The True Deceiver - Tove Jansson
  • The Comedienne - V.G. Lee
  • Kissing the Witch - Emma Donoghue
  • Ethan Frome - Edith Wharton
  • Carry the one - Carol Anshaw
  • Diviner - Dawn G Harris
  • The Woman Who Kept Everything - Jane Gilley
  • Fangirl - Rainbow Rowell
  • Touchy Subjects - Emma Donoghue
jan 3 2019 ∞
sep 12 2019 +
user picture P: Where do you find the time? I've only been able to squeeze in readings for uni apr 8 2019
user picture Grace: A number of these were readings for uni! I also end up spending a lot of time on trains, which is when I get reading done :) apr 12 2019
user picture Lysia: I really want to read Middlemarch but I get put off buying it due to it's size :( The Bell Jar is on my list to get and read this year. may 4 2019
user picture Grace: Yeah, it is a big book - and having read it, definitely one that needs a bit of time devoted to it. I would say it's worth it though :) I enjoyed the Bell Jar , though I think it's one that I'd like to come back to and re-read at some point. It was easy to get into too :) may 5 2019
user picture Lysia: Good to hear it is worth it. may 11 2019
user picture Gia: Are Virginia Woolf books easy to get into? I was thinking about adding a few of her novels onto my list. may 27 2019
user picture Grace: I found Mrs Dalloway easier to get into than Orlando but I wouldn't say they were too.difficult! What I would say is that while they look short, expect them to take you longer than you'd think the would. I would definitely recommend giving her books a go though :) may 28 2019
user picture Gia: Ah ok :) thank you!