Sunday, 7 January 2018

readings in 2017

So as 2018 staggers into the headlights it's an apt time to note back on what else read in 2017, probably two books that stuck in the mind most were the Barbara Comyns and the Roland Buti, but also Ralf Rothmann and Shirley Jackson bowled me over.

Thanks for reading, all the best to you.

Umberto Eco - Numero Zero
Antoine Leiris - You Will Not Have My Hate
Pierre Reverdy - Haunted House
Primo Levi - The Wrench
Elizabeth Strout - My Name is Lucy Barton
Mohsin Hamid - Exit West
Ivan Klima - My First Loves
Ali Smith - Autumn
Leonora Carrington - Down Below
Barbara Comyns - Who Was Changed and Who Was Dead
Cormac McCarthy - Outer Dark
Ralf Rothmann - To Die In Spring
Ernst Haffner - Blood Brothers
Andres Barba - Such Small Hands
Edouard Louis - The End of Eddy
Shirley Jackson - We Have Always Lived in the Castle
Guy Goffette - Forever Nude
V H Leslie - Bodies of Water
Ryu Murakami - Piercing
Sjon - Moonstone
Han Kang - The White Book
David Foenkinos - Charlotte
Roland Buti - Year of the Drought

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