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My Favourite Books (Issue 35)

Published 16th Oct 2011

Here is the chance to see what some of our readers love, not just our wonderful editor and writers!

 

NAME: Liam Conroy

AGE: 20

FAVOURITE BOOK: The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton

WHY: I read this a while ago and the story has stuck with me ever since. It was so memorable and compelling. I think The Outsiders is a perfect coming of age novel, with loss of innocence as one of the major themes. I would highly recommend this book as it is beautifully written and an interesting story.

 

NAME: TOM KITSON

AGE: 20

FAVOURITE BOOK: 1984 by George Orwell

WHY: For risk of sounding like a pretentious you-know-what, I would state that 1984 is my absolute favourite book. Every time I read it I notice something different, it is just so impressive and such a wonderful, yet terrifying novel. If you haven’t read it, I would implore you to, as it is thoroughly excellent.


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