Watership Down (Richard Adams) - "Funny-named bunnies leave home based on psychic premonition, join cult, leave, find new home, notice no lady bunnies around, steal lady bunnies from farm."
The Bible - "Good opening chapter. Main character arrives halfway through, but gets killed off early. Some decent (if dated) commandments. Cracking ending. Slighty too open to interpretation."
Requiem for a Dream (Hubert Selby Jr.) - "Heroin and diet pills are all fun and games until someone loses an arm."
The Lord of the Rings (JRR Tolkien) - "Little guys go to a lot of trouble to get rid of stolen jewelry."
Fight Club (Chuck Palahniuk) - "I hate my life. Almost as much as Marla. Anarchy is liberating. No, anarchy is bad. Wait, anarchy is, I don't know. Ask me. The other me." or "I read this book. Because Tyler read this book." or "The first rule of Fight Club is you don't summarise Fight Club."