2. The Vines Of Yarrabee by Dorothy Eden. I've read this book twice and both times took me over a year to read. I was a lot younger and probably didn't appreciate the brilliance of this book. Hope my Gran still has it so I can borrow it once I've finished my pile. Actually, I might pick it up next time I go round!
3. A Little Love Song by Michelle Magorian. Took this book out of the school library numerous times and it never lost it. Whatever 'it' is. Wartime romance isn't my usual cup of tea.
4. Anything Goes by John Barrowman & Carol E. Barrowman. I swear this book is the funniest thing ever written. Laughing out loud on the bus. Check. Not being able to read in lectures for fear of laughing out loud. Check. Sex up a tree. Check.
5. Green Angel by Alice Hoffman. So close to choosing Relentless by Simon Kernick but as that one has only been read once and Green Angel has been read multiple times that was my choice. Deliciously dark teenage fiction, with a little hope winding it's way through the thorns. (If you've read it, you'll appreciate that description!)