I am going to start with a few of my favorites:
Notes from the Underground - Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Brother Kharamazov - Fyodor Dostoyevsky
White Noise - Don Delillo
Exile and the Kingdom - Albert Camus
Cancer Ward- Alexander Solzhenitzyn
Fight Club - Chuck Palhniuk
Franny and Zooey - J D Salinger
God of Small Things - Arundhati Roy
Short Stories - Franz Kafka
Brilliant Stuff - I have only read the Camus book from that list. "god of small things" is one of the few Booker winners that i haven't yet read - do you think it compares to the other winners in the last twenty years?
Which of the Dostoevsky books would you recommend? I wasn't really convinced by "crime and punishment" - i thought parts of it were excellent but over all it was a bit of a trudge for me.
Does "fanny and Zooey" compare to "the catcher in the rye"? If it comes anywhere close i will have to give it a go.
Thanks for posting.