It's been a brilliant year for the Radio 2 Book Club and we're delighted to have been working on it with BBC Radio 2 since October 2013. Our reading panel, made up of staff from public libraries and The Reading Agency, helps select the chosen titles from a huge number of books that are put forward from publishers.
Every season, our reading panel members read around 10 books each, and vote for their favourites as well as providing us with thoughtful reviews and feedback.
In 2014, we helped Radio 2 choose 18 fantastic books by a great range of authors, from living legends to exciting debuts and from Man Booker nominees to fiction in translation.
Here are the books that have been featured this year - if you've read any of them, let us know what you think using the details below.
• The Son by Jo Nesbo
• The Fifteen Lives Of Harry August by Claire North
• The Boy That Never Was by Karen Perry
• The Year Of The Rat by Clare Furniss
• The Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair by Joel Dicker
• Elizabeth Is Missing by Emma Healey
• A History of Loneliness by John Boyne
• The Spring of Kasper Meier by Ben Fergusson
• We Are Called to Rise by Laura McBride
• Quarter Past Two on a Wednesday Afternoon by Linda Newbery
• A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman
• The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell
• Us by David Nicholls
• The Children Act by Ian McEwan
• Moriarty by Anthony Horowitz
• Leaving Time by Jodi Picoult
• The Peculiar Life of a Lonely Postman by Denis Thériault
• Better Off Dead by Tom Wood
Which of the Radio 2 Book Club titles have you read? Which was your favourite, and who do you think gave the best interview with Simon Mayo? Share your thoughts on Twitter using #R2BookClub, or on Facebook.
Take a look at our Reading Groups for Everyone website to keep up with the latest books - here, you can get exclusive extracts, discussion questions, information about the books and authors, and even win sets of books for your reading group!