So many this month because I’m travelling!
The New York Trilogy, Paul Auster – Slightly postmodern New York detective fiction, could definitely do with a re-read!
Breakfast at the Hotel Déjà vu, Paul Torday – A ‘novella’, so a short and easy read. Holiday book.
The Sense of an Ending, Julian Barnes – Ooh, liked this one! Older gentleman looks back at his precocious youth. Lots about memory and how you edit your own story.
The Stranger’s Child, Alan Hollinghurst – Enjoyable read.
Half Blood Blues, Esi Edugyan – Amazing! Read it.
Less Than Zero, Brett Easton Ellis – It’s exactly what the title says it is, which I think is probably the point… Not totally sure that I enjoyed it but then I’m not totally sure that you’re supposed to.
The Waterproof Bible, Andrew Kaufman – Another holiday read, and a great one! A little bit unusual but great!
A Man of Parts, David Lodge
Lonely Planet New Zealand Travel Guide
Downloaded and ready to go
The Siege, Ismail Kadare
A History of Modern Britain, Andrew Marr
And a whole lot more…
What are you reading now?