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Books to lose yourself in

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Birdsong (Vintage War)
Birdsong (Vintage War)
"One of those you think about for ages after you read it. It is a tragic, beautifully written, most moving book. Read it."
The Bell Jar (Faber Paper Covered Editions)
The Bell Jar (Faber Paper Covered Editions)
"I was so moved by Esther. I saw myself in her -  her pain seems real, comprehensible,  and it shows that despite having so much you can still feel so bad."
The Diary of a Young Girl: Anne Frank (Definitive Edition - New translation)
The Diary of a Young Girl: Anne Frank (Definitive Edition - New translation)
"One of the few books that many teenagers can really relate to. I've never forgotten her."
Falling Leaves Return to Their Roots: The True Story of an Unwanted Chinese Daughter
Falling Leaves Return to Their Roots: The True Story of an Unwanted Chinese Daughter
"I wish I had the courage Adeline has, someone whom I have great respect for. It made me cry."
The Lord of The Rings (Based on the 50th Anniversary Single volume edition 2004)
The Lord of The Rings (Based on the 50th Anniversary Single volume edition 2004)
"You become totally immersed in the world of Middle Earth, with every character, emotion and colour. An unforgettable story."
To Kill A Mockingbird
To Kill A Mockingbird
"A telling yet heart warming read about the inequalities in the Deep South."
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Book 5)
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Book 5)
"This would be the entire series so far. Harry will always be one of my favourites, despite the rubbish films and merchandise."
Pride and Prejudice (Penguin Classics)
Pride and Prejudice (Penguin Classics)
"I had pre-conceptions about Jane Austen's books and I was sure that I wouldn't like them. Having now read her books, I can say that she has great obsevational wit and can tell a wonderful story."
The Color Purple
The Color Purple
"'The Color Purple' is tragic, amusing, and a hopeful feminist novel."
Emma (Penguin Popular Classics)
Emma (Penguin Popular Classics)
"I found this very funny. She again manages to create some very real characters, which you can't help falling in love with."