Booker Award Winners
The Booker prize is awarded for the best full-length novel...written in English by a citizen of the United Kingdom, The Commonwealth,
Ireland, or South Africa. The Booker prize is sponsored by Booker and the Tetra Pak Laval Group.
(1998) In Ian McEwan's novel, some compromising photographs lead two old friends to unlikely fates.
(2000) Stories spin within stories in this spellbinding novel of avarice, love, and revenge.
(1985) The Bone People chronicles the complicated relationships between three emotional outcasts of mixed European and Maori heritage in New Zealand.
(2012) The novel follows the trial of Anne Boleyn and her suitors for adultery and treason, as seen through Cromwellâs eyes.
(1974) Mehring is a rich, South African man, successful in his work, but very poor when it comes to the people in his life.
(1999) A professor has an affair with a student and retreats to his daughterâs farm to find meaning in his relationships.
(1970) Norman is the clever one of a close-knit Jewish family--until at forty-one he becomes a drug addict.
(1992) With poetic lyricism, this novel traces the intersection of four damaged lives at the end of World War II.
(1991) The tension between the land of the living and the carefree kingdom of the spirits propels this latter-day Lazarus's story.
(2010) A very interesting and entertaining novel that questions what it means to be Jewish in an inherently anti-Semitic world.
(1972) The story of "G.," a young man forging an energetic sexual career in Europe during the early 20th century.
(2007) The Gathering is an evocative portrait of a large Irish family haunted by the past.
(1995) The novel revolves around a psychologist, who pioneered the treatment of shell shock, and his patients during the World War I.
(1997) The story of an affluent Indian family forever changed by one fateful day in 1969.
(1975) Heat and Dust tells the story of a beautiful woman suffocated by the propriety and social constraints of her position.
(1974) Edwin Fisher is on holiday at the English seaside -- but this revisiting of childhood haunts is no ordinary holiday.
(1984) When an author's life begins to resemble her plots, she flees to Switzerland to restore herself to her senses.
(1994) A series of reflections from a petty crook who had one run-in with the police too many.
(1971) This novel is comprised of a masterful and stylishly rendered narrative of emigration, dislocation, and dread, accompanied by supporting narratives.