20. ‘The White Hotel’ by D.M. Thomas 3 days ago
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17. ‘Saturday’ by Ian McEwan – don’t like the style of this author, too many references to real people, which I find disturbing and irritating.
18. ‘Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass’ by Frederick Douglass
19. ‘Oryx and Crake’ by Margaret Atwood – this one I’ve found ingeniuous! I loved the ethical disputes and the struggles of the main protagonist. I want to read a second part of it as soon as I’m done with the university reading. 4 days ago
Just finished my 16th book this new year and thought I would share with everyone. Abandon by Blake Crouch is a great read. It jumps back and forth from present day to 1893 and reveals the evils of greed are the same even over 100’s of years. 2 weeks ago
Uglies 1, 2 and 3.
Just another child
The darkest minds
Cycle of the werewolf
Anna Dressed in Blood
Short stories (count as 0.5 – and only if stephen king)
The cat from hell
The thing at the bottom of the well
The other side of the fog
The dark man
The reapers image
The man who would not shake hands
Sometimes they come back
Reading: It, on writing. 1 month ago
13. ‘Naked Lunch’ by William Burroughs. Obscene and disgusting but well.. I’d say it was interesting in a way. 1 month ago
10. The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark – excellent!
11. Dubliners by James Joyce – not very entertaining, I found it difficult because of all the references to the city landscape and also the dialogues were written in a slang sometimes :/ 2 months ago
‘Waiting for Godot’ by Samuel Beckett, read for the second time, still enjoyable 4 months ago