"...a fascinating guide to some of the most significant books ever
published." -- Daily Mail - Weekend Supplement
"Cleverly illustrated and intelligently compiled..."
-- Saga Magazine
"The only books you ever really need to read...it's like a library
in your pocket - dip into it and feel smugly well informed" -- Tatler
"This is an invaluable guide." -- Easy Living
"Truly is the ideal book for everyone who loves to read." -- Newton & Go borne Guardia
"Truly is the ideal book for everyone who loves to read."
-- Warrington Guardian
"Try this book of suggestions from more than 100 critics." -- The Seattle Times
a hefty compendium of enthusiastic recommendations
this will reside by my bedside for years to come --The Week
About the Author
Dr Peter Boxall is a lecturer in English Literature at the University of Sussex. He has published widely on 20th and 21st century fiction and drama. His publications include a reader's guide to 'Waiting for Godot' and 'Endgame', and a book on DeLillo entitled Don DeLillo: the Possibility of Fiction. He is currently writing a book about the influence of Samuel Beckett's work on contemporary fiction. He lives and works in Brighton.