|01||The Battle Of Dorking||20000605|
by Lieutenant-Colonel G T Chesney (1871). The Germans invade and Britain is helpless.
by Hervey Allen (1933). `The longest novel ever written,' said the publisher, and the first historical blockbuster - 19th-century swashbuckling and 20th-century sex.
|03||The Woman Who Did||20000607|
by Grant Allen (1895). Whatever she did, does she deserve her fate? What was the `woman problem' of the time and what was the anti-marriage league?
|04||Saturday Night At The Greyhound||20000608|
by John Hampson (1931). A mining village, a run-down pub and a desperate family tragedy. Why did it strike such a chord in the public's mind?
|05 LAST||Atlas Shrugged||20000609|
by Ayn Rand (1957). Described as the second most influential book in the United States, the novel examines what happens when the brains of the world go on strike to destroy our corrupt society.