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Book of the Year

Bexley Book of the Year - Voting Now Open!

Book of the year Bexley 2019

Voting is now open to choose Bexley's Book of the Year.

Last date for voting is 31st January.

Please see below for a list of the nominations and a voting form to make your choice.

The winner will be revealed at the start of our Book Buzz Festival in February.

Bexley's Book of the Year 2019

Thank you for all your great suggestions, reviews and recommendations... From all your nominations, we've selected a shortlist of six books. Voting is now open for you to choose our Bexley Book of the Year - Click one box and submit it , your vote will then be counted. For details of the books available to be voted for, please see below.

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"The Silence of the Girls" by Pat Barker
A contemporary retelling of the Trojan Wars from the women's perspective. A truly fabulous book.

"Identity Crisis" by Ben Elton
Intelligent, funny and very, very scary.

"The Beekeeper of Aleppo" by Christy Lefteri
A moving, beautifully written story filled with loss, heartache, survival and hope. 
"Mudlarking" by Lara Maiklem
A wonderful book full of fascinating details and insights. Highly recommended.
"Circe" by Madeline Miller
Well written and creative fantasy fiction involving Circe, the ancient witch. 

"Wakenhyrst" by Michelle Paver
A Gothic horror from a brilliant writer. Unsettling but hugely imaginative. 


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