Rainbow TBR Selections: Orange/Yellow

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A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess - an amazing hardcover 'banned books' edition from The Independent. I've attempted and given up reading this book twice before, but I'm really hoping that this year is THE year.

The Piano Teacher by Elfriede Jelinek - I don't remember buying this but after reading the synopsis on Goodreads, I can understand why I did. Disturbing, twisted, and dark.

Tolkien: A Dictionary by David Day - it's hardback, it's faux-leather, it's Tolkien and everything about his creations. In dictionary form.

The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro - after Never Let Me Go becoming one of my all-time favourite books, I decided to pick up Ishiguro's most popular work. His writing is so stunning, I definitely need more of it in my life.

Casino Royale by Ian Fleming - I initially read this absolutely years ago, and remember loving it, so I think it's due a reread before I delve further into the world of 007 once more.

William Shakespeare's Star Wars: Verily, A New Hope - absolutely no explanation needed.

M x 

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