The Man Booker Prize is a literary award presented to the best English language novels published in the UK in a given year. It's a prestigious award to receive; the winning author gains notoriety and their book gains popularity and book sales. This list includes the 2007 Man Booker Prize Longlist Nominees, ranked from best to worst by your votes.
The 2007 Man Booker prize nominees list includes a diverse assortment of quality literature, all deserving of the honor. Of course, the 2007 winner, The Gathering by Isobelle Carmody, appears near the top of the list. The novel follows a 30-year-old woman as she explores the meaning of her life's events and prepares to attend her brother's funeral. On Chesil Beach by Ian McEwan, was also on the 2007 Man Booker nominee long list.
What We Lost and The Welsh Girl also appear on this list of 2007 Man Booker prize nominees. Mister Pip, by New Zealand author, Lloyd Jones, is another example of a nominee for the 2007 Man Booker prize. But what made these books so great? If you haven't had a chance to pick up these titles, each one of the skillfully crafted literary works will leave you longing for the characters and adventures when you've finished reading them.Which novel on this list of 2007 Man Booker prize nominees is your favorite? Give the best books a thumbs up and share your thoughts in the comments section!