A Brief History of Seven Killings by Marlon JamesA Girl is a Half Formed Thing by Eimear McBrideAll That I Am by Anna FunderAll the Birds, Singing by Evie WyldAll the Light we Cannot See by Anthony DoerrBlack Rock White City by A. S. PatrićBreath by Tim WintonBring up the Bodies by Hilary MantelBurial Rites by Hannah KentHow to be Both by Ali SmithLife of Pi by Yann MartelLost & Found by Brooke DavisQuestions of Travel by Michelle de KretserSalt Creek by Lucy TreloarThat Deadman Dance by Kim ScottThe Broken Shore by Peter TempleThe English Patient by Michael OndaatjeThe Eye of the Sheep by Sofie LagunaThe Golden Age by Joan LondonThe Goldfinch by Donna TarttThe Light Between Oceans by M. L. StedmanThe Luminaries by Eleanor CattonThe Memory Artist by Katherine BrabonThe Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard FlanaganThe Natural Way of Things by Charlotte WoodThe Other Side of the World by Stephanie BishopThe Orphan Master's Son by Adam JohnsonThe Rosie Project by Graeme SimsionThe Snow Kimono by Mark HenshawThe Strays by Emily BittoThe Sympathizer by Viet Thanh NguyenThe Three Body Problem by Cixin LiuThe True History of the Kelly Gang by Peter CareyThe Vegetarian by Han KangThe World Without Us by Mireille JuchauTruth by Peter TempleWolf Hall by Hilary Mantel
How Many Award-Winning Novels Have You Read?
You got between 0 and 7, so there's definite room for improvement. Head down, book open, and you'll be a literary legend in no time.
You got between 8 and 14, and you like to keep on top of the award-winners but you don't read them religiously. That's totally cool, but just remember that some of them are *amazing* and are definitely worth checking out!
You got between 15 and 22. You've read around half the books on this list, and that's pretty impressive.
You got between 23 and 29. You prefer reading over just about anything else, and we think that with a little bit of hard work you'll be able to tick off more books soon.
Congratulations, you're a literary legend! You got between 30 and 37. Reward your hard work with a book or two... or ten!