The Cornflower Book Group has read ten books this year and they range - to my mind, at least - from the sublime (Penelope Fitzgerald's The Bookshop) to the ridiculous (that wretched Good Soldier). If you've read some or all, perhaps you'd like to name a favourite or two, and if you need to refresh your memory, just click on the authors' names below to go to the posts on those books. I enjoyed them all except for the purgatorial Ford Madox Ford, but my very best ones would be, as I've said, The Bookshop and The Secret History. How about you?
Oh, and by the way, don't forget that our January book (for discussion beginning on the 21st.) is Mary Elizabeth Braddon's Lady Audley's Secret (introductory post on it here) so do please join us for that, and just to whet your appetite for future group reads, I have something good in mind for February - details soon.
*Edited to add: please see my reply to Sandy's comment (below).