Read in April 2013

Wow, April seems like a whole lifetime ago… I guess that’s what happens with a newborn in the house. Apparently I managed to do quite a bit of reading in April. And there were some truly awesome reads, like Carol Shields’ The Republic of Love and DWJ’s Dark Lord of Derkholm, as well as finishing Pat Barker’s Regeneration trilogy (intense, but so good). I read a few crime/mystery books as well – Jacqueline Winspear’s Maisie Dobbs series just gets better, Agatha Christie is always fun to dip into (more please!), but I’m in two minds about the No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency series.

Oh and also, Angela Carter! Why have I only now read her books? Which other book of hers would you recommend?

Fiction (19)
The year of pleasures – Elizabeth Berg
Birds of a feather (Maisie Dobbs #2) – Jacqueline Winspear
Alif the Unseen – G. Willow Wilson
Nick and Norah’s infinite playlist – Rachel Cohn and David Levithan
The elephant’s journey – Jose Saramago
What was lost – Catherine O’Flynn
Robinson Crusoe – Daniel Defoe
Sabine’s Notebook – Nick Bantock
Heidegger’s glasses – Thaisa Frank
Tithe (Modern Faerie Tales #1) – Holly Black
Murder in Mesopotamia – Agatha Christie
Dark lord of Derkholm (Derkholm #1) – Dianna Wynne Jones
The Ghost Road – Pat Barker
A different sky – Meira Chand
The magic toyshop – Angela Carter
The eye in the door – Pat Barker
The republic of love – Carol Shields
Maya’s Notebook – Isabel Allende
The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency (No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency #1) – Alexander McCall Smith

Non-fiction (6)
Late For Tea At The Deer Palace: The Lost Dreams of My Iraqi Family – Tamara Chalabi
Mirror of the World: A New History of Art – Julian Bell
Have mother, will travel – Claire and Mia Fontaine
Dreaming in Hindi – Katherine Russell Rich
Travels with Charley: In Search of America – John Steinbeck
Blue nights – Joan Didion

Total: 25

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2 thoughts on “Read in April 2013

  1. 25 books including non-fiction in your confinement!! Awesome, you could read 50 a day if you are not in confinement. 😉

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