Coming-of-age comedy by Nina Stibbe. Read by Alice Lowe. Patricia Ferguson's moving tale about two sisters and the orphan who changes their lives. Antonio Tabucchi's tale of reluctant heroism in Portugal. Read by Derek Jacobi. Five interlinked readings taken from Polly Samson's short story collection. Jamie Glover reads from Peter Grimsdale's thriller. Jane Austen's last fully completed novel, published six months after she died. Guy de Maupassant's compelling novel follows family rivalries in the seaport of Le Havre.
By Stephen Kelman. Peter Ransley's gripping tale set against the turbulent backdrop of the English Civil War. By Kyung-Sook Shin. Haunting story of a mother's unrecognised love and sacrifice. Read by Rakie Ayola. Serialised reading of John Updike's novel. Read by Toby Jones. By Robert Seethaler. The heart-warming story of one man's life in the Austrian Alps. Filippo Bologna's satire on the murky world of literary awards. Norwegian writer Karl Ove Knausgaard relives, with searing honesty, the story of his life.
Ludmila Ulitskaya's epic novel of dissident life in the decades after the death of Stalin. Sascha Arango's dark thriller set in small-town Germany, where everyone has a secret. Orhan Pamuk tells the apparently simple story of well-diggers on the outskirts of Istanbul. Miriam Margolyes reads from the novel by Rebecca Hunt. By Bret Anthony Johnston. In the aftermath of an abduction, a family struggles to heal. The story of a disappearance. Lee Ingleby reads Jon McGregor's award-winning novel. Richard Yates's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel about American family life in the s.
Robert Powell reads from the novel by Arnold Bennett. When her sister goes missing, Beatrice is determined to find out what happened. Rose Tremain's dazzling and witty sequel to her Booker short-listed novel Restoration. Ross Raisin's powerful portrait of love and loss, guilt and hurt. Read by Alexander Morton. By Kim Thuy. Haunting lullaby to the country of the author's birth, Vietnam.
Emma Fielding reads from Sadie Jones's compelling novel about transgression and redemption. By Jami Attenberg. Story following the life of a big-hearted theatre proprietress. Alone, Violet Hetherington takes a cruise-ship crossing to visit an old friend in New York. Comic novel by Paul Torday, mocking the machinations of government. Read by Michael Sheen. By Jesmyn Ward. Story about year-old Esch, who lives in poverty in rural Mississippi. By Sarah Dunant. Story of Italian Renaissance's most infamous family, the Borgias.
Sarah Perry's novel, set at the end of the 19th century and inspired by true events. Roseanne McNulty's future at a mental hospital is uncertain. Irishman Jack McNulty recounts his strange and tumultuous past. Rupert Thomson's tale of love, art, murder and concealment, set in 17th-century Italy. Stephen Mangan reads an abridged version of Jon Canter's text. Alex Jennings reads from Flaubert's novel, set in nineteenth century Parisian high society. Simon Mawer's tale of love, betrayal and espionage. Read by Peter Firth.
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David Mitchell's chilling novel about an eerie mansion. Abridged by Sian Preece. Crime thriller set in the Moscow criminal underworld. Hugh Bonneville reads from Ian McEwan's new novel. Douglas Hodge reads from Blake Morrison's multi-stranded tale of life in England. By Iain Banks. Fast-paced tale of adolescence, love and revenge. Read by David Tennant. William Boyd's novel follows one remarkable woman through the decades of the 20th century. Short stories from Anne Enright's latest collection.
By John Boyne. The events of the Great War from the perspective of two young soldiers. Short stories by Hilary Mantel. By Alaa Al Aswany. Moving story of a family swept up by social unrest in post-war Cairo. Joe Dempsie reads Alex Garland's cult tale of paradise sought and lost. Stephanie Cole reads from Poppy Adams's powerful novel about family secrets and loss. Sylvia Plath's haunting and iconic only novel, broadcast on its 50th anniversary. Daphne du Maurier's unsettling story about malevolent birds.
Read by Tristan Sturrock. David Mitchell's novel reveals the life of Holly Sykes through shifting perspectives. Kate Tempest reads her novel of love and loss, drugs and desire, set in modern London. By Kazuo Ishiguro. Moving and mysterious story about how societies remember and forget.
Michael Ondaatje's coming-of-age tale set aboard a passenger ship. Mary Renault's moving postwar novel. Abridged by Eileen Horne. Read by Anton Lesser. Powerful story about faith, love and the law and about the welfare of children. By Salley Vickers. Story of darkness and light, traumatic loss and second chances.
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John Galsworthy's tale of obsessive love and thwarted passion. By Sid Chaplin. Evocative journey of a boy to manhood in s Newcastle. EM Delafield charts the day-to-day life of a Devonshire-dwelling lady. By Olga Grushin. Story of betrayal, set during the waning days of the Soviet Union. Joanna Page reads Mari Strachan's magical story of a child detective, set in s Wales. Betty MacDonald's memoir of early married life on a chicken ranch during the s. By Meg Wolitzer.
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By Paula Hawkins. Thriller told from multiple points of view. Muriel Spark's rapier-witted portrait of genteel young women's lives in postwar London. Greta Scacchi reads from the novel by Simon Mawer. By Tahmina Anam. A Bangladeshi mother attempts to protect her children during the war. Donna Tartt's eagerly-awaited third novel is a story of art, obsession, love and loss. Anne Enright's story of family, selfishness and compassion on Ireland's Atlantic coast.
Second book in the hilarious Adrian Mole series by Sue Townsend. Read by Harry McEntire. A new Sherlock Holmes mystery by Anthony Horowitz. John Boyne's haunting novel travels to the heart of the Russian empire. By Sofka Zinovieff. An English widow tries to discover her Greek husband's family history. By Jonas Jonasson. Tale of a centenarian, police and thieves, and moments in world history. Andrew O'Hagan's novel about year-old Anne Quirk, a pioneer of documentary photography. Collection of myths, legends, ghost stories and poetry by the Reverend Richard Barham.
Jonathan Pryce reads from H G Wells's classic tale of biological experimentation. By Mark Watson. Story of loss and forbidden love, read by Julian Rhind-Tutt. Molly McGrann's novel about the discovery of a dead man's double life and its dark secrets.
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Kate O'Brien's novel is set in an enclosed convent. Fiona Rintoul's tale of love, betrayal and redemption in the dying days of the Cold War. Naomi Alderman's story of the life and death of a Jewish preacher in Roman-occupied Judea. Salley Vickers' lyrical tribute to the power of children's literature. Amanda Craig's suspenseful state-of-the-nation black comedy, read by Amanda Lawrence. Don Warrington reads Sam Selvon's s classic about immigrant life in London.
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