When you are forced to stay in one place, it is still possible to travel in your mind with the help of great books. Here, the Le Bristol team offers a list of literary and non-fiction recommendations, with a couple of classics thrown in for the kiddos. Grab one (or all!) of these and enjoy the work of some of the world’s greatest storytellers— past and present.
Diamonds Are Foreverby Ian Fleming
Blue Nightsby Joan Didion
What I Talk About When I Talk About Runningby Haruki Murakami
Book of Longingby Leonard Cohen
Ordinary Peopleby Diana Evans
The Unbearable Lightness of Beingby Milan Kundera
Wide Sargasso Seaby Jean Rhys
Heatwaveby Penelope Lively
On Photographyby Susan Sontag
The Beautiful and the Damnedby F Scott Fitzgerald
Collected Poems for Childrenby Carol Ann Duffy
Charlotte’s Webby E.B. White
What has been your favourite lockdown read? Let us know in the comments!