The Guardian: Best books of the year 2014 in review


It’s been a year of calls to action. Naomi Klein tackled climate change, Owen Jones got to grips with class politics, and Russell Brand preached revolution. Writers from Hilary Mantel to Lena Dunham recommend the titles that leaped out at them this year.

You may find some nice suggestions for your next readings, please take a look:

Writers’ picks of 2014: part one

Writers’ picks of 2014: part two

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