Bibby Line Group Recommends…

Another month (well, three weeks), another list of recommendations for you!

 

These are the books that have been inspiring or moving BLG staff across the country. Get in touch if you’d like to see your favourite book on the list, or if you’d like to write a longer review of a book you’ve loved….

(ella.jolly@bibbylinegroup.co.uk)

 

Classic fiction

All the novels of Jane Austen

The Cherry Tree by Anton Chekov

Dracula by Bram Stoker

War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy

Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy

 

Contemporary novels

Matter by Iain M.Banks

A Snowball in Hell by Christopher Brookmyre

Angels and Demons by Dan Brown

Gone by Lisa Gardner

The novels of Terry Pratchett

The Irresistible Inheritance of Wilberforce by Paul Torday

 

Poetry and short stories

The poems of Roger McGough

The short stories of Edgar Allen Poe

 

Carol Turner, from Bibby Distribution in Liverpool, recommends “some classic science fiction: H.G. Wells, Jules Verne, John Wyndham. It’s always interesting to see how close (or not) their views of the future were.  I recently re-read some John Wyndham books: Trouble with Lichen, Chocky, Day of the Triffids, The Kraken Wakes.  On re-reading I was surprised at how political they were – but they’re still very good.”

 

Bill Chapman, from Costcutter in York, shares his favourite read with us: “The book is titled Golden Apples and written by a gentleman called Bill Cullen. His book takes you through his life when he started work selling apples, up until he became a very successful businessman. I have read it many times and would recommend that anyone in our business should read it too. Everyone who reads it will, by the end, appreciate who actually pays their wages!”

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