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Murder on the Orient Express (Poirot)
Murder on the Orient Express (Poirot)
"My first Agatha Christie, and definitely not my last! Had no idea who did it, or how Christie would pull the ending together - Amazing!"
The Big Over Easy: Nursery Crime Adventures 1
The Big Over Easy: Nursery Crime Adventures 1
"Randomly chose this book because of it's 'interesting' genre; nursery rhyme inspired crimes Hmm..wasn't so sure at first. But I highly recommend this, very different and intellegently humorous"
The Autograph Man
The Autograph Man
"Found this really taxing to read, only finished it to see if it got any better... it didn't. Really didn't like the character of Alex, and I found the plot slightly boring"
The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner (Penguin Classics)
The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner (Penguin Classics)
"Have just read this for Uni. Very unusual layout, with seperate 'narratives' from the editor and the 'sinner' of the title. Have never read anything like this, but certainly would recommend it"
The Amber Spyglass (His Dark Materials)
The Amber Spyglass (His Dark Materials)
"Finally finished Philip Pullman's 'His Dark Materials' series....wow! Northern Lights was definatley my fav, but I've loved them all. A must - read series for readers of all ages"
Casino Royale
Casino Royale
"Having seen the film, thought I'd give the book ago. The Bond of the book is much darker than the Bond of the film, but still an enigmatic, engaging character. Brilliant gambling and torture scenes!"
The Uncommon Reader
The Uncommon Reader
"A great argument for encouraging more people to read. Bennett makes the Queen philosophic and lovable, on a quest to read anything and everything, and to persuade others to join her."
Stuart: A Life Backwards
Stuart: A Life Backwards
"Masters' writing really makes you feel like you know Stuart personally, through this tale of his eventful life. Insightful, moving, and funny"
Mister Pip
Mister Pip
"The characters from this novel stayed in my head for a long time afterwards, especially Mr. Watts. Read this if you love Dickens, in fact, read it even if you don't!"
Fire and Hemlock
Fire and Hemlock
"Just read this for uni - definatley one of the few good ones I've had to read! The end was a bit confusing, but I still enjoyed it and now want to read all the books Polly does throughout the novel!"
Collins Modern Classics - The Fellowship of the Ring: Fellowship of the Ring Vol 1
Collins Modern Classics - The Fellowship of the Ring: Fellowship of the Ring Vol 1
"Finally got round to reading the first book in the trilogy. Loved the movie, loved the book even more! There's alot more story than in the film, with more character background and Middle Earth history"
Neverwhere
Neverwhere
"The story of the people who fell through the cracks into London Under - the city in the sewers of London. Look out for the Marquis de Carabas, my favourite character in this weird and wonderful tale!"
Jamaica Inn (VMC)
Jamaica Inn (VMC)
"As good as Rebecca - never could have predicted the ending! Atmospheric and exciting, with enough romance and danger to please everyone"
Trainspotting
Trainspotting
"Bleak, funny, tragic, horrific.... choose Trainspotting!"
Look Who It Is! Alan Carr - My Story
Look Who It Is! Alan Carr - My Story
"I love Alan Carr!!!"
I, Lucifer
I, Lucifer
"Lucifer is given the chance to change his ways, through the mortal body of suicidal Declan Gunn. What follows is an amusing tale which will, believe it or not, leave you sympathising with the devil"
Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said (GOLLANCZ S.F.)
Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said (GOLLANCZ S.F.)
"Having never read a P.K.D book before, I wasn't sure what to expect. The idea of separate realities operating alongside each other, and accidentally uniting, was interesting...and slightly confusing!"
The Lost Diaries of Adrian Mole, 1999-2001
The Lost Diaries of Adrian Mole, 1999-2001
"I will forever love Adrian Mole, and this latest addition to the Mole Saga is just as good as its predecesors"
The Dumas Club
The Dumas Club
"So much better than the film, The Ninth Gate. The book has  2 intertwining plots regarding a satanic text and Dumas, whereas the film only focusses on the satanic storyline. Thrilling and intense."
The Lies of Locke Lamora
The Lies of Locke Lamora
"Locke Lamora and his gang of thieves steal from the rich...and keep the loot for themselves! Swashbuckling fun, with moments of both hilarity and sadness."
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: The Classic Regency Romance-now with Ultraviolent Zombie Mayhem! (Quirk Classics)
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: The Classic Regency Romance-now with Ultraviolent Zombie Mayhem! (Quirk Classics)
"It seems like an amusing idea to begin with, zombies in a classic, but after the first few pages it's clear that it is not one which can be carried throughout  the entire novel and still be funny."
The Summer Book
The Summer Book
"Beautiful! A collection of tales from the tiny island Jansson lived on with her brother. Made me want to pack up and run away to be in the sun, with the sea lapping at my feet."
Never the Bride (Brenda 1)
Never the Bride (Brenda 1)
"Set in Whitby, this novel uses elements of many gothic/sci fi classics, such as Frankenstein, Dracula and War of the Worlds. Very funny and entertaining. Brenda is a hoot!"
The Good Fairies of New York
The Good Fairies of New York
"Just discovered Martin Millar - I now love him! This story has New York, fairies, and Johnny Thunders - the perfect concoction!"
Lucky Jim (Penguin Modern Classics)
Lucky Jim (Penguin Modern Classics)
"Actually quite funny, and it has lead me into doing a project on 'campus fiction' for uni. Also reading 'Jill' by Philip Larkin."