January 19, 2010 § 17 Comments
I’m currently reading Mark Haddon’s A Spot of Bother, and occasionally fitting in some short stories from Jhumpa Lahiri’s collection, Interpreter of Maladies. I’ve also just finished a couple of non-fiction (science) books, and my thoughts on them will be up very soon.
But I have a problem.
You see, I have borrowed too many books. And there is an urgent need to read all of them. I have to know what to read next.
Random Reading Challenge comes to the rescue yet again.
- East West – Salman Rushdie
- Oranges are not the Only Fruit – Jeanette Winterson
- Holidays on Ice – David Sedaris
- Go Ask Alice – Anonymous
- The End of the Alphabet – CS Richardson
- The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho
- The Road – Cormac McCarthy
- Song Yet Sung – James McBride
- The Sum of Our Days – Isabel Allende
- The Secret of Lost Things – Sheridan Hay
- Miss Chopsticks – Xinran
- On Chesil Beach – Ian McEwan
- How to Buy a Love of Reading – Tanya Egan Gibson
…5. The End of the Alphabet, by CS Richardson.
Small thin book that I picked up at the library. Looks interesting.
Any books you’d recommend I read next from that list?