Books not picked for LBCWhiteswan

As White Swan returns to its monthly meetings and new books were selected It I thought I’d share what wasn’t picked as a reading list for anyone looking for their next read but would love to see them as a future boook club choice as there’s so such a variety here. Enjoy.

  • American Gods -Neil Gaiman
  • Twelve years a slave – Solomon Northup
  • The Man in the high castle – Philip K. Dick
  • The Three Musketeers –  Alexandre Dumas
  • Bridget Jones Diary Mad about the boy -Helen Fieldin
  • Mistborn: The Final Empire – Brandon Sanderson
  • Lexicon – Max Barry
  • The Goldfinch -Donna Tartt
  • Little friend -Donna Tartt
  • The Princess Bride – Wiliam Goldman
  • Art of fielding-  Chad Harbach
  • Oryx and Crake – Margaret Atwood
  • Shantaram – Gregory David Roberts
  • The Shadow of the Wind  by Carlos Ruiz Zafón
  • Notes from a big country – Bill Bryson
  • The care of wooden floors – Will Wiles
  • Tinker Tailor soldier Spy – John le Carré
  • The Gunslinger – Stephen King
  • The Shining Girls -Lauren Beukes
  • White Teeth – Zadie Smith
  • Babayaga – Toby Barlow
  • Palo Alto – James Franco
  • Gone with the wind – Magaret Mitchell
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I’m Helen, I live in Leeds. I grew up in County Durham and moved to Leeds to study and never left. I love photography, reading, drawing, being outside. I'm always looking for new adventures and projects. follow me on twitter @isfromupnorth

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