Reviews 2014

We’re hoping to hit the dried bundles of pulped paper hard this year, so we can talk about things other than unpublished manuscripts. A list of what we have absorbed (or not, they will go on the list too) will appear below.

A small caveat before we begin – because of the pressures on the time available for us to read, we are implementing a hundred-page tipping point. If a book is not taking us somewhere by the time the hundredth page is turned then it will be set aside.

sadbook[Cover] by Amy TodmanSearching for why people read books

new_cover2Lynn Shepherdalone_in_berlin

cover of The Good Soldier Schweik by Jaroslav HasekThe President's Hat by Antoine Laurainworld war z audiobookpoor-thingsThe_Bear_Cameron_UK1The Mussel Feast, by Brigit Vanderbekegiovannis room2A Meal in WInterThe Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly by Sun-mi HwangsurvivorThe Detour by Gerbrand Bakkerhow_i_live_now_1The Luminaries by Eleanor CattonandroidsWaterlog by Roger Deakinnever let me goThe Hearing Trumpet

Michael Rosen’s Sad Book, by Michael Rosen
[Cover] by Amy Todman
Something about Elitism, probably
UK vs. US Harry Potter covers
‘If JK Rowling cares about writing, she should stop doing it’
Alone in Berlin, by Hans Fallada
Palestinian Poetry in Translation
The Good Soldier Švejk, by Jaroslav Hasek
The President’s Hat, by Antoine Laurain
World War Z, by Max Brooks (audiobook)
Poor Things, by Alasdair Gray
The Bear, by Claire Cameron
The Mussel Feast, by Brigit Vanderbeke
Giovanni’s Room, by James Baldwin
A Meal in Winter, by Hubert Mingarelli
The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly, by Sun-mi Hwang
Survivor, by Chuck Palahniuk
The Detour, by Gerbrand Bakker
How I Live Now, by Meg Rosoff
The Luminaries, by Eleanor Catton
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick
Waterlog, by Roger Deakin
Never Let Me Go, by Kazuo Ishiguro
The Hearing Trumpet, by Leonora Carrington

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