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Looking for your next read? Check out these suggestions from Vogue: http://vogue.cm/1FC5eHn
From convention-breaking memoirs to genre-demolishing fiction, here are the 22 books we’re most excited to read this spring.
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Like the sound of The Girl Who Was Saturday Night by Heather O'Neil? Find out more about it here:
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'A vivid insight into mental illness' says Guardian Books of Grace McCleen's longlisted The Offering:
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A psychiatric patient rebels against the men who play God – with moving results. By John Burnside
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Find out everything you need to know about Emma Healey, author of Elizabeth is Missing, here:
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Emma Healey. Author of Elizabeth is Missing. Menu Skip to content. Home · Elizabeth is Missing · Press · Blog & web reviews · Events & News · Links · Other stuff · Contact. Home. Half-Emma-2. c. Tristan Conor Holden. Emma Healey grew up in London where she completed her first degree in ...
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We love this feature from Guardian Books on re-reading To Kill a Mockingbird: http://bit.ly/1GoolTK
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie celebrates the enduring achievement of Harper Lee's classic novel, which was published 50 years ago
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Fancy finding out more about longlisted author Samantha Harvey? Look no further:
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In the middle of a winter's night, a woman wraps herself in a blanket, picks up a pen and starts writing to an estranged friend. In answer to a question you asked a long time ago, she writes, and so begins a letter that calls up a shared past both women have preferred to forget.
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"It is often said that before you die your life passes before your eyes. It is in fact true. It's called living." - Terry Pratchett
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Good bye dearest Terry. You made us laugh with your genius writing skills. Mostly making us open our mind's, and heart's to other way's of living. Thanks again especially for the looking forward,to the sequal.We went to some extraordinary lengths. Lol.
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Want to feel empowered? Have a read of one of these novels, recommended by Marie Claire:
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We take a look at the ten books every woman should read to inspire and empower their lives
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The future evoked in Sandra Newman's resonant epic may be bleak, but her language glitters with invention, writes Liz Jensen
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Emily St John Mandel, author of Station Eleven, is one of twenty writers longlisted for this year's prize. Find out more about her here:
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Official website for author Emily St. John Mandel.
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Great book. Really harrowing for anybody who lives in or knows downtown Toronto.
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Grab a fellow bookworm, pour some tea, and get comfy.
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Want to know more about Rachel Cusk's Outline? Have a read of this from The Telegraph: http://bit.ly/1bbJjLP
Rachel Cusk’s daring use of an almost silent narrator speaks volumes
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Latest news from BAILEYS Women’s Prize for Fiction, including updates from Prize judges - Helen Fraser (chair), Mary Beard, Denise Mina, Caitlin Moran, Sophie Raworth - and authors on the long and shortlist. Plus: updates from Prize events, and an inside look at the world of books and writing.
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The BAILEYS Womens Prize for Fiction previously known as the Orange Prize for Fiction is one of the most respected, most celebrated and most successful literary awards in the world. An annual award, it celebrates the very best full length fiction written by women throughout the world. 

2014 Judges: Helen Fraser (chair), Mary Beard, Denise Mina, Caitlin Moran, Sophie Raworth

2014 Prize: To be announced on June 4, 2014

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