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Someome told me The Fault In Our Stars is good so I’ll have to add that to my list this year too. I Shall Be Near to You definitely sounds like something that would interest me though, thanks so much for the recommendations!
A friend of mine recently posted on Facebook that he made a list of 14 books in read in 2014, in which he tagged me as he had already finished one of my favourite reads of 2013 (The Snow Child by Ewoyn Ivey). I’m definitely focused on finding more evening time — maybe tuning out the reality TV once in a while! It may also help me to get through the huge pile of books I already own but haven't gotten around to reading yet. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak - This is another book which has been sitting on my book shelf for far too long!
Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern -  A book about the sudden and unexpected arrival of a mysterious circus and the competition of two young magicians. The Men Who Stare At Goats by Jon Ronson - I thoroughly enjoyed 'The Psychopath Test' by Jon Ronson when I read it a couple of years ago and am eager to read more by him. Lord of the Flies by William Golding - A classic which I am sure I should have read many years ago.
Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys - Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte  is one of my favourite books of all time. The Silver Linings Playbook by Matthew Quick - I enjoyed the film and I have heard that the book is even better.
A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini - This is my sister's favourite book and one that she keeps telling me to read.


Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn - My husband got this book as a present for Christmas and it was highly recommended by his family.
We largely have the same tastes in books and her reviews are insightful but without giving too much away and her passion for reading is inspiring. My goal is to get one book done a month this year and start getting back to that part of my life. I don't really know anything else about this book but in this case I think that is probably best, the mystery is certainly intriguing. The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass by Phillip Pullman - I read the first book of the  'His Dark Materials' trilogy, Northern Lights, in 2013 which I did quite enjoy. Wide Sargasso Sea was written as a sort of prequel to Jane Eyre which looks in to the back -story of one of the characters and is based in 1830s Jamaica.
The main character Pat has just left a mental health facility and is determined to win back his estranged wife with the help of recent widow Tiffany.
It is the story of three women each on their way to India in 1928, a chaperone, a bride and a bridesmaid, each with their own secrets and hopes for their new beginnings in Bombay. I did actually start it years ago and got about a third of the way through but for some reason couldn't concentrate on it. I’ve recently started The Invention of Wings (below) for a book club and am eager to dig into these.
Set in Nazi Germany this 'Young Adult' book focuses on a young girl with a love of reading.
Jon Ronson's books aren't fiction but I'm not sure you could call them non-fiction either, perhaps truth with the occasional embellishment or exaggeration, but fascinating investigations in to unusual topics nonetheless.


If you don't already know it is the story of a group of young boys who are stranded on an island after a plane crash without an adult in sight. I thought this one may be quite interesting and provide a new insight in to one of my favourite books. The only thing that puts me off is that it apparently includes some major spoilers for other classic novels which I hope to read in the future. It is the story of two women in Afghanistan and the oppression and second-class treatment that they are subjected to. I have heard nothing but great things about this book and I am really looking forward to finally reading it.
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