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.
(2005) Escaping the numbness, grief, and anger after his wife's death, Max retreats to the seaside town of his childhood summers.
(1978) Murdoch depicts a tale of the strange obsessions that haunt a self-satisfied playwright as he writes his memoirs.
(2016) A raucous satire that explores the legacy of slavery and racial inequality in America.
(2011) After reflecting on his past, a middle-aged man is forced to revise his place in the world.
(2022) A war photographer has ‘seven moons’ to try and solve the mystery of his death in war-torn Sri Lanka.
(2020) Hugh "Shuggie" Bain spends his 1980s childhood with an alcoholic mother in public housing in Glasgow, Scotland.
(1973) This novel is a modern classic of narrative excitement that also digs deep to explore fundamental questions of civilization and life.
(1969) In this weirdly disorientating world, Townrow is forced towards a re-examination of the rules by which he has been living.
(1977) A British colonel and his wife decide to remain in India after British Raj leaves in the 1940s.
(2019) Sequel to The Handmaid's Tale picks up fifteen years later with the explosive testaments of three female narrators from Gilead.
(2001) The legendary Ned Kelly speaks for himself, scribbling his narrative on scraps of paper as he flees from the police.
(2003) Vernon Little is in trouble. His friend, the mysterious Jesus, has just blown away his classmates and himself.
(2008) Balram Halwai writes a letter to the president of China which he exemplifies the contradictions and complications of Indian society.