C. P. Snow (1905 - 1980) was a British author best known for his 11-volume "Strangers and Brother's" series. Published between 1940 and 1974, the series follows several characters through careers in academia and government.
He wrote several other books as well, but I am going to concentrate on S&B.
So far, I have only read the first-published volume. Mine is an older edition, so is called Strangers and Brothers. That one is in red. Those on my TBR shelf are in blue.
My plan was to read read them in publication order (dates in parentheses), although others recommend reading them in the order listed below so that the narrative is chronological. I got off my plan because I don't have the second-published volume. So I started with the first-published volume, then went back to the first on the chronological list.
A Time of Hope (1949) (reviewed here)
George Passant (originally titled Strangers and Brothers) (1940) (reviewed here)
The Conscience of the Rich (1958)
The Light and the Dark (1947)
The Masters (1951)
The New Men (1954)
The Affair (1960)
Corridors of Power (1964)
The Sleep of Reason (1968)
Last Things (1970)
The Masters and The New Men were jointly awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize in 1954.
If anyone else has reviews of these books or other posts related to C. P. Snow, please leave a comment with a link and I will add it.
Last updated June 28, 2012.