Book Club

Many books listed on this site are recommended by members of a small Exeter book club – so thanks go to them. You are welcome to join them by simply reading and sharing your thoughts via the feedback on each page.

The books listed below are those we are planning to read over the coming months and perhaps years. More information will be added to the Books menu as we get near to reading them.

Wild – Cherly Strayad (Also a film) (Wednesday 25 May)

Before you knew my name – Jaqueline Bublitz (Wednesday 22 June)

Smoke gets in your eyes – Cailing Dougherty (Wednesday (TBC)

Little Fires Everywhere – Celeste Ng (Wednesday (TBC)

Americana – Chimanda Ngozi Adichie (Wednesday (TBC)

Possible books to read later..

  • They both Die in the End: Adam Silverado (c380 pages) (2017)(Paperback) (Kindle) (Audiobook)
  • Lolita: Vladimir Nabokov (c289 pages) (1955)(Paperback) (Kindle) (Audiobook)
  • The Unusual Suspect: Ben Machell (c320 pages) (2021)(Paperback) (Kindle) (Audiobook)
  • Priest Daddy: Patricia Lockwood (c350 pages) (2018) (Paperback) (Kindle) (Audiobook)
  • Gigi and the Cat: Colette (c160 pages) (1958 Eng) (Paperback) (Kindle)
  • A Suitable Boy: Viram Seth (c1500 pages) (1993) (Paperback)
    (Kindle) (Audiobook)
  • London Burning: Anthony Quinn (c352 pages) (2021) (Hardback) (Kindle) (Audiobook)
  • Girl, Woman, Other: Bernadine Evaristo (c464 pages) (2020) (Paperback) (Kindle) (Audiobook)
  • Harvest: Jim Crace (c304 pages) (2014) (Paperback) (Kindle) (Audiobook)
  • The Omnivore’s Dilemma: The Search for the Perfect Meal in a Fast food World: Michael Pollan (c400 pages) (2015) (Paperback) (Kindle) (Audiobook)