All books which I've found interesting or liked
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Alan Paton - Cry, the Beloved Country - 2008 - a touching novel on apartheid in South Africa
Albert Camus - The Plague - 2006 - Camus used the incidence of a plague to delve into the human psyche
Albert Camus - L'Etranger - July 2010
Aldous Huxley - Brave New World - 2007 - A description of a possible Utopia, but is it a Utopia?
Arthur C. Clarke - Odyssey Series - 2005 - Science fiction
Agatha Christie - The Murder of Roger Ackroyd among others - 2003 - I find her books too dry but "The Murder..." is a classic.
Alexander McKee - The Friendless Sky - 2007 - A book on the lives of men who piloted fighter planes in WWI.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry - Le Petit Prince - 2005 - Childlike wonder, innocence and questing.
Ayn Rand - Atlas Shrugged, Fountainhead - 2008 - I don't agree with her philosophy but her literary style is something to be admired.
Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson - Prequels and pre-prequels to the Dune Saga - 2007 - Do you want racy, scifi thrillers which will make you stick your nose in the book? Then these are for you. The Pre-prequels are The Butlerian Jihad, The Machine Crusade, The Battle of Corrin and the prequels are House Harkonned, House Corrino and House Atriedes
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