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If you just want some ideas on what to read next, our staff have created hundreds of lists which can be found all over the website. Here are some of more popular lists for you to enjoy:
Surprised? These 9 authors only wrote one novel, yet most of these are considered classics.
Oscar Wilde, wrote only one novel, though he was a prolific playwright (notably "The Importance of Being Earnest") and poet. He's best known for his wit, flamboyant dress and his two-year imprisonment for homosexuality, a very scandalous trial in the very proper Victorian age.
Sadly, Ross Lockridge committed suicide shortly after the novel's publication in 1948. Some have called it the Great American novel as it follows one day in one man's life as he reminisces over the greatest moments of his life. A film adaptation starring Elizabeth Taylor was released in 1957.
Love sad stories that start sad, get sadder and end sadly? Grab a box of tissues, put on your comfiest sweats, and pad your door for extra sound proofing against the sobs that will rack your body. Then pick up one of these books and get ready.
This beautiful story is about family, first love, grief and solitude.
This tragic story deals with loss, OCD and the struggle to move on from a traumatic event.
A glimpse into the lives of music's most renowned and obscure artists.
The definitive documentary about the extraordinary life of the greatest guitarist of all time, now in high definition. This critically acclaimed film unveils new performance footage, home movies and an archive of newly unearthed primary documents.
This two disc documentary set gets behind the mystery that is Pink Floyd as it unravels the story of the band. The first disc covers the post-Syd Barrett classic era of Meddle and Dark Side. The second disc picks up the story in the late 1970s and brings the saga completely up to date with the group's first attempt at a re-union of sorts at Live 8, and the more recent collaborations between Gilmour and Waters which, for those still holding it in, offer some hope for a full scale Floyd re-birth.
Do you miss those rockin' females from the 1990s? Check out this list to get back in touch with your inner riot grrrl.
Courtney Love has always been controversial, and her early career did not disappoint. Definitely the queen of 90s grunge.
Bjork's ethereal voice mixed with pop sounds has made her an alternative favorite. While her most recent music has moved further away from pop, she has always been a creative tour de force.