It’s been a bit quiet this month; I’ve only finished two books. That’s not to say that I haven’t been reading, it’s just that I’ve got a billion things on the go at the moment. AND it’s that joyous time of the uni semester where everything’s due. So my Month of Reading list is perhaps a little less impressive than usual. But hey. These things happen.
What have you been reading?
Our Deathbeds Will Be Thirsty, by Shane Koyczan
Visitations, by Jenny Erpenbeck
Won due to (amazingly) winning the KYD Trivia Night (again):
Her Father’s Daughter, by Alice Pung
Known Unknowns, by Emmett Stinson
Brighton Rock, by Graham Greene
Olive Kitteridge, by Elizabeth Strout
Adverbs, by Daniel Handler
Consolations of Philosophy, by Alain de Botton
The Little Red Writing Book, by Mark Tredinnick
Eating Animals, by Johnathan Safran Foer
Visitation, by Jenny Erpenbeck
Disgrace, by J.M Coetzee
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