Fiction Titles

 

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Fiction titles are organised according to author surname

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Things We Didn’t See Coming by Steven Amsterdam

Book cover imageOpening on the eve of the millennium, when the world as we know it is still recognisable, we meet the nine-year old narrator as he flees the city with his parents, just ahead of a Y2K breakdown. In the next chapter he is a teenager, already a delinquent, in a world transformed by battles over resources, taking his grandparents for a Sunday drive and teaching them how to steal. In time, we see him struggle through strange, horrific, and unexpectedly funny terrain as he goes about the no longer simple act of survival.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paths of Glory by Jeffrey Archer

Book cover imagePaths of Glory tells the story of George Mallory, the famed mountaineer who disappeared while attempting to climb Mount Everest in 1924.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Secret of My Face by Karen Ardiff

Book cover imageFourteen-year-old Veronica Broderick has lived a life of quiet, internal solitude, her existence shaped by a facial disfigurement that has rendered her effectively mute. After a visit from the young Dr. Geraghty, she becomes enchanted with by the possibility of change, running away from home to a new life with her wealthy relatives in Dublin. But Veronica’s naivety renders her vulnerable in this sophisticated milieu and she starts playing a dangerous game.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Book cover imageFew readers have failed to be charmed by the witty and independent spirit of Elizabeth Bennet. Her early determination to dislike Mr Darcy, who is quite the most handsome and eligible bachelor in the whole of English literature, is a misjudgement only matched in folly by Darcy's arrogant pride. Their first impressions give way to truer feelings in a comedy profoundly concerned with happiness and how it might be achieved.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Persuasion by Jane Austen

Book cover imageAnne Elliot, twenty-seven and still single, seems destined for spinsterhood. In her youth, she broke off an engagement to penniless Captain Wentworth at the insistence of her friend Lady Russell, acquiescing to the demands of her class at the expense of her happiness. But when Wentworth returns from the Napoleonic wars rich and famous, Anne finds her affection rekindled.