Orange Prize For Fiction Longlist 2006

Launched in 1996, the Prize is awarded annually and celebrates excellence, originality and accessibility in women’s writing from throughout the world.

Novels longlisted for the Orange Prize in 2006
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3.54 avg rating — 164 ratings
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3.34 avg rating — 4,491 ratings
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3.74 avg rating — 1,285 ratings
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3.41 avg rating — 64,824 ratings
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3.60 avg rating — 5,125 ratings
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3.27 avg rating — 1,097 ratings
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3.92 avg rating — 157,428 ratings
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3.45 avg rating — 760 ratings
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3.27 avg rating — 300 ratings
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3.70 avg rating — 10,307 ratings
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3.31 avg rating — 387 ratings
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3.57 avg rating — 2,654 ratings
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20 books · 8 voters · list created April 9th, 2014 by Christine (votes) .
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