This felt like kind of a strange reading month for me. I started off by reading Alexie’s memoir and Verghese’ back-to-back, while also working my way through Chesterton’s autobiography. While I enjoyed each one, it also felt like a lot of male experiences and I was itching for some feminine perspective to balance it out. Something that hasn’t really happened to me before. I was eager to read Allende, an author I’ve also heard highly of but haven’t read before. A ferry ride and a night away on my own was the perfect opportunity. Then some Agatha Christie and I was ready to finish tackling Chesterton (reviews to come).
You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me – Sherman Alexie (Little, Brown and Company, 2017)
The Tennis Partner – Abraham Verghese (Harper Collins, 1998)
The Japanese Lover – Isabel Allende (Atria Paperback, 2015)
Autobiography – G.K. Chesterton (Hamish Hamilton, 1986)
And Then There Were None – Agatha Christie (Cardinal Editions, 1960)
Gork, the Teenage Dragon – Gabe Hudson (Knopf, 2017)
The Lonely Hearts Hotel – Heather O’Neill