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Favourite reads for a wet half term holiday

Mrs. Stephanie Wilkinson "stephanie wilkinson"
 
Winter Solstice
Winter Solstice
"Scottish scenery, wonderful descriptive prose and a fine romance - what more can you ask for?"
Pride and Prejudice (Penguin Classics)
Pride and Prejudice (Penguin Classics)
"Quite simply - the best novel ever written"
JANE EYRE (Penguin Classics)
JANE EYRE (Penguin Classics)
"I first read this aged 14, and nearly 30 years later it remains as fresh as ever"
The Glass Lake
The Glass Lake
"Another one of my favourites - it doesn't matter how many times I read it, it always moves me to tears"
The Eustace Diamonds (Penguin Classics)
The Eustace Diamonds (Penguin Classics)
"This lasted me a 12 hour flight and two days of a wet holiday - wickedly engrossing"
Someone Like You
Someone Like You
"Escapist fiction at its best"
Othello (Arden Shakespeare.Third Series)
Othello (Arden Shakespeare.Third Series)
"One of Shakespeare's best plays"
Eats shoots and leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation
Eats shoots and leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation
"Amusing and unputdownable"
Sense and Sensibility (Oxford World's Classics)
Sense and Sensibility (Oxford World's Classics)
"Another favourite"
The Murder Room
The Murder Room
"The Queen of Crime"
Old Sins
Old Sins
"One of many from this author - all of which are unputdownable"
The Jewel In The Crown (The Raj Quartet)
The Jewel In The Crown (The Raj Quartet)
"The first of The Raj Quartet - all brilliant and full of detail missed from the tv series"
A Suitable Boy
A Suitable Boy
"Jane Austen for the 20th century set in India - a massive novel"
Pandora
Pandora
"The most recent RCB novel - Jilly never loses her touch"
The Canterbury Tales: Chaucer : Canterbury Tales (Everyman's Library (Paper))
The Canterbury Tales: Chaucer : Canterbury Tales (Everyman's Library (Paper))
"Once you get your head around the language - witty and engrossing and enjoyable"