Q4/14 Reading List

Karen Joy Fowler: We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves. Wow. Did not see that coming.
 
Cormac McCarthy: Child of God. Not for the faint of heart.
 
Ian McEwan: The Children Act. In fine form.
 
Martin Amis: The Zone of Interest. Don’t know what to say. Michael Hofmann does:
 
Thomas Harding: Hanns and Rudolf. Fascinating.
 
Rainald Goetz: Johann Holtrop. Not for me.  DNF. 
 
Vikram Chandra: Geek Sublime. A bit too clever for me. 
 
David Mitchell: The Bone Clocks. Incredible. nobody else could pull this off.
 
Bernhard Schlink.  Die gordische Schleife. Unterhaltsame Räuberpistole. 
 
Stefan Zweig: Schachnovelle. Gemischt. 
 
Edward St. Aubyn: Never Mind. Bad News. Some Hope. Mother’s Milk. At Last. All five books very good, and surprisingly different from each other.
 
Chris Hadfield: You Are Here. Pretty great. If only the pictures were sharper. 
 
Richard Ford: Let Me Be Frank With You. Incredibly good. 
 
Patrick Modiano: Place Etoile. Very impressive. Incredible for a 21 year old.
 
Richard Flanagan: The Narrow Road to the Deep North. Very impressive. 
 
Phil Klay: Redeployment. Strong stuff. 
 
Tim Moore: Gironimo. Fun. Maybe a bit long.
 

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