Saturday night and Sunday morning by Alan Sillitoe

About the book Working all day at a lathe leaves Arthur Seaton with energy to spare in the evenings. A hard-drinking, hard-fighting young rebel of a man, he knows what he wants and he's sharp enough to get it. Reviewed by Tadley Reading Group Seemed outdated to us all having seen the film so long… Continue reading Saturday night and Sunday morning by Alan Sillitoe

Starter for Ten by David Nicholls

About the book The year is 1985 and Brian has just started his first term at university, armed with the obligatory CND membership and a complete set of Kate Bush albums. But he also has a dark secret - a burning ambition to appear on University Challenge and now it seems the dream is about… Continue reading Starter for Ten by David Nicholls

The Thirteenth tale by Diane Setterfield

About the book 'The Thirteenth Tale' is an emotional mystery in the vein of Daphne du Maurier's 'Rebecca', about family secrets and the magic of books and storytelling. Margaret Lea is investigating Angelfield House. As she digs deeper, Margaret discovers tragedy and secrets about her own past. Reviewed by Sandy's Reading Group A compelling read… Continue reading The Thirteenth tale by Diane Setterfield

The Lovely bones by Alice Sebold

About the book A huge bestseller in America and the UK ┬áthis is a novel about life and death, forgiveness and vengeance, memory and forgetting. 14-year-old Susie Salmon, now dead, looks down on her family and friends from heaven. Reviewed by Titchfield Reading Group A moving, touching story. All the characters were believable and sympathetically… Continue reading The Lovely bones by Alice Sebold