Did we forget those December suggestions?

reading listAlthough I may be slowing down and taking a few shortcuts on this site, at least for now there is still a daily reading suggestion. Many of these titles I have read and sometimes the monthly list is just chock-full of books I have yet to read (generally I won’t put a book on the list if I wouldn’t read it myself).

This is a compilation of the suggested reading from December 2014: I’ve read a couple and definitely have several others on my soon-to-be-read list. Anything that stands out for you? I know I’m falling behind on my Murakami so I’d better step up to this interesting author.

12-01-14 – River of Smoke — Amitav Ghosh
12-02-14 – Ninety-Three — Victor Hugo
12-03-14 – The Sly Company of People Who Care — Rahul Bhattacharya
12-04-14 – Les Souffrances de l’inventeur — Honoré de Balzac
12-05-14 – The City and the Pillar: A Novel — Gore Vidal
12-06-14 – The Book of Strange New Things — Michel Faber
12-07-14 – Suspended Sentences: Three Novellas — Patrick Modiano
12-08-14 – The Strange Library — Haruki Murakami
12-09-14 – Massacre: The Life and Death of the Paris Commune — John Merriman
12-10-14 – Grotesque — Natsuo Kirino
12-11-14 – Naoko: A Novel — Keigo Higashino
12-12-14 – Between — Christine Brooke-Rose
12-13-14 – Absurdistan — Gary Shteyngart
12-14-14 – Sandalwood Death — Mo Yan
12-15-14 – Island Beneath the Sea — Isabel Allende
12-16-14 – The Edible Woman — Margaret Atwood
12-17-14 – Maigret’s Next-to-Last Case — Boileau-Narcejac
12-18-14 – Heat — Bill Buford
12-19-14 – The Constant Gardener — John Le Carré
12-20-14 – The Ghost Bride — Yangsze Choo
12-21-14 – Zorro — Isabel Allende
12-22-14 – Station Eleven — Emily St. John Mandel
12-23-14 – An Appetite For Wonder — Richard Dawkins
12-24-14 – The Gravedigger’s Daughter — Joyce Carol Oates
12-25-14 – The Humbling — Philip Roth
12-26-14 – The Face of Another — Kobe Abo
12-27-14 – Nicomachean Ethics — Aristotle
12-28-14 – 2030 — Albert Brooks
12-29-14 – The Track of the Cat — Walter van Tilburg Clark
12-30-14 – American Gods — Neil Gaiman
12-31-14 – From the Tree To the Labyrinth — Umberto Eco

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