Last Month’s Recommendations

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I’m away for a week or so visiting my daughter and granddaughter in Florida but with limited resources I will try to stay in touch with ACOR. For now, here is a reminder of the books I suggested looking into in November.

I’m back! I’m reading! How about you?

11-01-15 – Ghost of Sangju — Soojung Jo
11-02-15 – The Capital of Latecomers — Nina Nenova
11-03-15 – Lagoon — Nnedi Okorafor
11-04-15 – The Physics of Sorrow — Georgi Gospodinov
11-05-15 – A Widow’s Story: A Memoir — Joyce Carol Oates
11-06-15 – A Brief History of Seven Killings — Marlon James
11-07-15 – Hyde — Daniel Levine
11-08-15 – The Raven In the Foregate — Ellis Peters
11-09-15 – The Pendragon Legend — Antal Szerb
11-10-15 – Where There’s Love, There’s Hate — Adolfo Bioy Casares
11-11-15 – The Man Who Sees Ghosts — Friedrich von Schiller
11-12-15 – The Strangers In the House — Georges Simenon
11-13-15 – The Blue Guitar — John Banville
11-14-15 – Fire in the Steppe — Henryk Sienkiewicz
11-15-15 – The Professor and the Siren — Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa
11-16-15 – Submission — Michel Houellebecq
11-17-15 – The Day of the Owl — Leonardo Sciascia
11-18-15 – River of Smoke: A Novel (The Ibis Trilogy) — Amitav Ghosh
11-19-15 – Cryptonomicon — Neal Stevenson
11-20-15 – The Phoenix Land — Miklós Bánffy
11-21-15 – That Awful Mess on the Via Merulana — Carlo Emilio Gadda
11-22-15 – The American Woman in the Chinese Hat — Carole Maso
11-23-15 – Zeroes: A Novel — Chuck Wendig
11-24-15 – The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir Who Got Trapped in an Ikea Wardrobe: A novel — Romain Puertolas
11-25-15 – A Violent Life— Pier Paolo Pasolini
11-26-15 – The Japanese Lover: A Novel — Isabel Allende
11-27-15 – TransAtlantic: A Novel — Colum McCann
11-28-15 – Numero Zero — Umberto Eco
11-29-15 – The African — J. M. G. Le Clézio
11-30-15 – The Collapse of Western Civilization: A View from the Future — Naomi Oreskes

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