So who's going to be on the Booker longlist?
The announcement of the 12 or 13-strong "Booker dozen" is announced tomorrow - who do you think will be on it?
Forty-seven titles including J K Rowling's much anticipated The Casual Vacancy and Will Self's new novel Umbrella have been picked by We Love This Book's team of experts as possible contenders for this year's Man Booker Prize.
Hilary Mantel could be set for another Man Booker win as the most popular author, with eight nominations for her follow-up to Booker-winner Wolf Hall, Bring Up the Bodies.
Close behind with six nominations are John Lanchester's city-in-a-day tome Capital and A Painter of Silence by Georgina Harding, already shortlisted for this year's Orange Prize.
Our experts also recommended previous winner John Banville's Ancient Light, as well as previous shortlistee Rose Tremain's new novel Merivel, plus the new books from Ian McEwan, Zadie Smith and Lawrence Norfolk.
Wild card nominations included Norfolk-set noir novel Weirdo by Cathi Unsworth, prize-winning first novel Rites by Sophie Coulombeau and care-home set debut The Panopticon by Jenni Fagan.
Who would you like to see longlisted for the £50,000 prize?
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