Jan’s English Reading group in Berlin: Books we have read 2011

Here is the list of books we have read. Jan sends the group members a mail with a summary of the discussions;  to download these as PDF-file, please click on the book cover.

2011

December

Monday group

Other groups

Eva Petulengro:
The Girl in the Painted Caravan

Monique Roffey:
The White Woman on the Green Bicycle

October/November

Monday group

Other groups

Jean Rhys:
After Leaving Mr Mackenzie

Louise Doughty:
Whatever You Love

September

Monday group

Other groups

Mick Jackson:
The Widow’s Tale
Joshua Ferris:
The Unnamed

August

Monday group

Other groups

Barbara Kingsolver:
The Bean Trees
Rosamund Lipton:
Sister

July

Monday group

Other groups

Margaret Forster:
Isa & May
Howard Jacobson:
The Finkler question

June

Monday group

Other groups

L.P. Hartley:
The Go Between
Jackie Kay:
The Red Dust Road

May

– no meetings have been held in may –

April

Monday group

Other groups

Manil Suri:
The Death Of Vishnu
Tim Winton:
Breath

March

Monday group

Other groups

Helen Dumore:
House Of Orphans
Philip Sington:
The Einstein Girl

February

Monday group

Other groups

Simon Mawer:
The Glass Room
Susan Hill:
The Woman in Black

January

Monday group

Other groups

Penelope Lively:
Moon Tiger
Tracy Chevalier:
Remarkable Creatures
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