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Reading List: Booker Prize

About the Reading List

Faber is the publisher of seven outstanding Booker Prize winners, including the first ever winner, Something to Answer For by P.H. Newby, published in 1969.

Something to Answer For
Something to Answer For
P. H. Newby
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The winner of the inaugural Booker Prize in 1969, Something to Answer For is a humorous, macabre and beautifully intricate novel set in Egypt during the Suez Crisis.

Rites of Passage
Rites of Passage
William Golding
£8.99

Lose yourself in an epic naval journey in this Booker Prize-winning novel: the first in the acclaimed Sea Trilogy by the author of Lord of the Flies.

Oscar and Lucinda
Oscar and Lucinda
Peter Carey
£9.99

Daring, rich, intense and bizarre, Oscar and Lucinda is Peter Carey’s Booker Prize-winning historical novel set in Victorian times.

The Remains of the Day
The Remains of the Day
Kazuo Ishiguro
£8.99

The Remains of the Day is Nobel Laureate Kazuo Ishiguro’s Booker Prize-winning novel.

True History of the Kelly Gang

True History of the Kelly Gang is Peter Carey’s acclaimed Booker Prize-winning historical adventure about the life of Australian outlaw, Ned Kelly.

Vernon God Little
Vernon God Little
DBC Pierre
£8.99

Vernon God Little by DBC Pierre – winner of the Man Booker Prize and the Whitbread First Novel Prize in 2003 – is a controversial and astonishing reminder that desperate times throw up the unlikeliest of heroes.

Milkman
Milkman
Anna Burns
£8.99

Winner of the Man Booker Prize 2018 ‘Milkman is extraordinary. I’ve been reading passages aloud for the pleasure of hearing it. It’s frightening, hilarious, wily and joyous all at the same time.’ Lisa McInerney, author of The Glorious Heresies