sleepydumpling wrote:I think I'll nominate something contemporary and a little lighter just for a change. What about Wicked by Gregory Maguire?
Ive read Wicked as well...I didn't much like it, and I wanted to sooo much cos I love the Wizard of Oz and a dark strange perspective sounded perfect. But no magic (oh the irony).
The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield - I did it in another book club and it stimulated a lot of discussion, and a lot of questions! the writing style snatches some points from Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights, which are both referenced throughout the book.
It's a book about books, I cant rave enough!