The Books Keep Coming

booksIt’s almost self-defeating to list (or even notice) all the books that keep being published and many are so tempting to read. Although it sometimes seems difficult to recommend a new book title each day, the reality is that there are stacks of new titles each and every day. So this last month I came up with a new list which contained many titles I definitely want to read myself. Have you added any of these books to your reading list?

Reading Suggestions From March 2015

03-01-15 – Armandale — Wilkie Collins
03-02-15 – The Sign of the Four — Arthur Conan Doyle
03-03-15 – Helliconia Trilogy — Brian Aldiss
03-04-15 – Dead Wake — Erik Larson
03-05-15 – The Golden Country — Endo Shusaku
03-06-15 – Grind — Stuart Bateman
03-07-15 – The Dwarf — Pär Lagerkvist
03-08-15 – Words of Farewell: Stories by Korean Women Writers —Kang Sok-kyong, Kim Chi-won, O Chong-hui
03-09-15 – Egalia’s Daughters — Gerd Brantenberg
03-10-15 – The Infernal — Mark Doten
03-11-15 – Galapagos Regained — James Morrow
03-12-15 – Algerian White — Assia Djebar
03-13-15 – Hell — Yasutaka Tsutsui
03-14-15 – I’m Very into You: Correspondence 1995–1996 — Kathy Acker and McKenzie Wark
03-15-15 – The Buried Giant — Kazuo Ishiguro
03-16-15 – Maidenhair — Mikhail Shishkin
03-17-15 – Captives — Norman Manea
03-18-15 – Death in the Haymarket — James Green
03-19-15 – Hermit In Paris — Italo Calvino
03-20-15 – Discontent and Its Civilizations — Mohsin Hamid
03-21-15 – Welcome to Braggsville — T. Geronimo Johnson
03-22-15 – Life of a Banana — P. P. Wong
03-23-15 – The Musical Brain — César Aria
03-24-15 – Serious Men — Manu Joseph
03-25-15 – The Seventh Day — Yu Hua
03-26-15 – Silver Screen Fiend: Learning About Life From an Addiction to Film — Patton Oswalt
03-27-15 – Online — Rachel Cusk
03-28-15 – Ring — Koji Suzuki
03-29-15 – The Discreet Hero — Mario Vargas Llosa
03-30-15 – Le Livre Blanc — Jean Cocteau
03-31-15 – The Harder They Come — T. C. Boyle

One response

  1. I haven’t added any of these to my list, but do have Calvino’s If on a winter’s night a traveler on mine. I used to have all three of the Helliconia books. Not sure why I never read them. Perhaps I was waiting for Fall. I read The Dwarf a while back – a hateful little thing, but book worth reading. And Armadale! One of my favorties by Wilkie.

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