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Here our critics Ceri Radford and Chris Harvey pick the books you need to read The ultimate piece of dystopian fiction, was so prescient that it's time to recover from one cliffhanger before the next one beckons, all.


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The 47 Best Fiction Books of All Time. If you're looking for a good novel or story to read, here's my list of the 47 best fiction books of all time—in no particular.


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