Man Booker Prize – 21st Century winners

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The longlist, or Man Booker ‘Dozen’, for the 2016 Man Booker Prize has been announced, and the chosen titles have got us thinking about books from previous years that have taken home the most prestigious of literary prizes.

Here are all of the winners from this side of the millennium. Which have you read, and do you have a favourite? Are there previous winners that you’ve been meaning to read?

Click any title below to leave a review, see what other people thought, or add it to your group’s reading list. Don’t forget to share your reviews with us on Twitter.

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We would love for you to share your favourite previous winner with us on Twitter using #FinestFiction, or you can comment below. Is there anyone out there who has read all the books above, or is planning to? Let us know.

Find out more about the prize and this year’s hopefuls at themanbookerprize.com.

In a reading group? We have a wonderful opportunity for six reading groups to shadow the Man Booker Prize shortlist – find out more on our Noticeboard.

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A few years ago I began to get the Booker shortlist as a Christmas present in order to widen my reading. I loved Wolf Hall but the one that I really couldn't put down was The narrow road to the deep north'.
I have enjoyed all of the books I've read for different reasons. Some I have puzzled about and others I have persevered with, but I have finished them all!

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