This November we revisited Louisa May Alcott’s towering work of American fiction.
In the spirit of Halloween, this October we revisited Susan Hill’s classic horror.
This August we discovered Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein still commands a captivating, horrifying magic.
In June we mined the depths of the human psyche via Roald Dahl’s 1979 classic short story collection.
In March we revisited Gabriel Garcia Márquez’s ageless 1967 masterpiece, One Hundred Years of Solitude.
In February we revisited M J Hyland’s agonisingly authentic portrait of adolescence, How the Light Gets In.
In January we took a voyage through time to revisit Robert Louis Stevenson’s enduring classic, Treasure Island.