Category Archives: Novels read

Novels read in 2013 part two

You can see the list from the first half of the year here. Those that I read in the second half of the year were (some brief thoughts follow): Amitay Ghosh, Sea of Poppies Rob Kitchin, Killer Reels Malcolm Bradbury, To the Hermitage Ox-Tales … Continue reading

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Novels read in 2013 so far

These are the novels I’ve read so far in 2013 (the picture is of some of them): John Grisham, The Pelican Brief Osamu Dazai, The Setting Sun Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., Slaughter-House Five Ahdaf Soueif, The Map of Love Patrick McGrath, Spider   Jonathan Franzen, The Twenty-Seventh … Continue reading

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More novels read in 2012

At the end of June I posted a list of the novels I’d read so far in 2012. Here are those I read between July and today the end of the year- not all are novels, as there are a few books about … Continue reading

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Novels read in 2012 (so far)

As with last year (part one, part two), these are the novels or ‘non-fiction but close’ books I’ve read – basically things I read as a break of sorts from work… Many of these were inspired by comments on posts … Continue reading

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Novels read in 2011 part 2

Given the number of these that are not really novels, this list should probably be retitled ‘books I read that are not for work reasons…’ Not as many as the first half of the year, but that’s probably a product … Continue reading

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Novels read so far in 2011

I mentioned back in January my informal New Year’s Resolution was to read more novels. Not nearly as many as Rob Kitchin – who has read and reviewed 52 – but so far in 2011, half way through the year, I’ve read… … Continue reading

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