• South (unabridged)

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We begin the year with At Swim-Two-Birds, Flann O’Brien’s madcap exploration of Irish literature and mythology, read by Aidan Kelly. The book has attracted much praise from writers and critics alike, with James Joyce calling it the work of a ‘real writer’. Rupert Degas returns with South, Ernest Shackleton’s terrifying account of his perilous Antarctic expedition, while Jonathan Keeble delivers supernatural terror in Wilkie Collins’s suspenseful and exciting horror story, The Haunted Hotel. We also have Thomas Hardy’s star-crossed romance Two on a Tower, read by Leighton Pugh, and Charlotte Brontë’s first novel The Professor, read by Roger May.

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The NAB Blog: Truly Original – Films and TV shows of classic books
Little Women (abridged)

The Christmas period brought with it its fair share of adaptations – for both the small and big screens – of classic books. The new adaptation of Little Women, a book that had been made into a film six times …


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