Reading

My virtual bookshelf

Thunderball – Ian Fleming (11/12/17 – 14/12/17)

Kafka Was The Rage: A Greenwich Village Memoir – Anatole Broyard (7/12/17 – 10/12/17)

Beat Poets – Carmela Ciuraru (ed) (14/11/17 –

33 1/3 Workbook – Walter Biggins and Daniel Couch (30/10/17 – 2/11/17)

The Farewell Party – Milan Kundera (14/10/17 – 30/10/17)

Porcelain – Moby (7/10/17 – 12/10/17)

The Idiot – Fyodor Dostoyevsky (10/9/17 – 7/12/17)

Strange Meeting – Susan Hill (14/8/17 – 2/9/17)

Down By The River Where The Dead Men Go – George Pelecanos (10/8/17 – 14/8/17)

For Esme -With Love and Squalor, and Other Stories (6/8/17 – 10/8/17)

Samaritan – Richard Price (3/8/17 – 6/8/17)

World War II – Christopher Catherwood (10/7/17 – 20/7/17)

M Train – Patti Smith (22/6/17 – 19/9/17)

Connected World – Philip Larrey (20/6/17 – 30/7/17)

Black Hammer: Secret Origins – Jeff Lemire, Dean Ormston, Dave Stewart (6/6/17 – 10/6/17)

Night Sky With Exit Wounds – Ocean Vuong (5/6/17 – 21/6/17)

Foo Fighters: Learning To Fly – Mike Wall (3/6/17 – 4/6/17)

Killing Floor – Lee Child (30/5/17 – 2/6/17)

We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves – Karen Joy Fowler (28/5/17 – 18/6/17)

Interpreter of Maladies – Jhumper Lahiri (20/5/17 – 27/5/17)

A Slipping Down Life – Anne Tyler (19/5/17 – 20/5/17)

One Day – David Nicholls (29/4/17 – 1/5/17)

Post Everything – Luke Haines (31/3/17 – 12/4/17)

Houseful: The Golden Age of Hindi Cinema – Ziya Us Salam (8/3/17 –

An Autobiography, or The Story of My Experiments With Truth – MK Gandhi (6/3/17 – 2/6/17)

Americanah – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (20/2/17 – 5/3/17)

Jennifer Blood – Garth Ennis (11/2/17 – 12/2/17)

A Golden Age – Tahmina Anam (9/2/17 – 20/2/17)

Kim Kardashian’s Marriage – Sam Riviere (9/2/17 – 24/2/17)
Not quite as incongruous as might be assumed, this is actually a book of poems that make use of the cut-up techniques employed by William Burroughs and others

Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood and the Story of a Return – Marjane Satrapi (4/2/17 – 8/2/17)

Problems with People – David Guterson (30/1/17 – 9/2/17)

Look We Have Coming To Dover – Daljit Nagra (28/1/17 – 2/2/17)

The Complete Adventures of Feluda, Vol. 2 – Satyajit Ray (11/1/17 –

The Line of Beauty – Alan Hollinghurst (1/1/17 – 28/1/17)

Everybody Loves Our Town – Mark Yarm (13/12/16 – 3/1/17)

Satyajit Ray: In Search of the Modern – Saranjan Ganguly (19/2/15 –

Teach Yourself Bengali – DF Hudson (18/10/12 –

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