Q2 Reading List

Robert K. Wittman: Priceless. FBI Art Crime agent recovers stolen art. Exciting read.
Joseph Roth: Hiob. Großartig.
Robert M. Edsel: Monuments Men. Interesting.
John Jeremiah Sullivan: Blood Horses. Fantastic.
Ian Fleming: The Spy Who Loved Me. Forgettable. 
Brant Cooper and Patrick Vlaskovits: The Lean Entrepreneur. Not what I expected.
Geoff Dyer: Yoga For People Who Can’t Be Bothered to Do It. Amazing.
Tracy Kidder & Richard Todd: Good Prose. A bit dry.
Joseph Zoderer: Die Farben der Grausamkeit. Stark.
Jay Hunter Morris: Diary of a Redneck Opera Zinger. Extremely disappointing.
Antonio J. Mendez: The Master of Disguise. Disappointing.
Geoff Dyer: Paris Trance. Very strong.
Aleksandar Hemon: The Book of My Lives. Excellent.
Lars Gustafsson: Gegen Null. Für mich zu kompliziert.
John Le Carré: A Delicate Truth. The usual. Which is good.
Sepp Mall: Wundränder. Solide, aber hat man alles schon irgendwo gelesen.
Ulrich Tukur: Venedig. Ganz interessant.
Stella Rimington: Open Secret. Not what I expected. 
J.M. Coetzee: The Childhood of Jesus. Extraordinary.
Khaled Hosseini: And the Mountains Echoed. Unputdownable. 
Mohsin Hamid: The Reluctant Fundamentalist.  Excellent. 
Mohsin Hamid: How To Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia. Excellent.
David Mitchell: The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet. Awesomer than awesome. 
John Lanchester: Capital. So much fun. 
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: Americanah. Eye-opening. 

2 thoughts on “Q2 Reading List

  1. Didn’t like “The Lean Entrepreneur” ? What did you expect ?

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