Thursday, 3 January 2013

BOOKS READ 2013

TRAMPLED UNDER FOOT: The Power and Excess of Led Zeppelin by Barney Hoskyns
ENDING UP by Kingsley Amis
LULLABY TOWN by Robert Crais
PERSUASION by Jane Austen
YELLOW TULIPS by James Fenton
THE GENIUS OF DOGS by Brian Hare (review here)
GONE GIRL by Gillian Flynn
THE STRANGER'S CHILD by Alan Hollinghurst
ROBERT B. PARKER'S LULLABY by Ace Atkins
I KNOW YOU'RE GOING TO BE HAPPY by Rupert Christiansen (Review here)
HARVEST by Jim Crace
OWAIN GLYN DWR by R.R. Davies
LET'S EXPLORE DIABETES WITH OWLS by David Sedaris (Review here)
HOLLOWAY by Robert Macfarlane, Stanley Donwood & Dan Richards (Review here)
THE GREAT GATSBY by F. Scott Fitzgerald
CARELESS PEOPLE by Sarah Churchwell (my Spectator review here)
AN ENGLISHMAN ABOARD by Charles Timoney (my review is in The Tablet)
SNOWDON by Jim Perrin (my review is in Planet Summer 2013)
A SLAP IN THE FACE by William B. Irvine (my Spectator review here)
COUNTRY BOY by Richard Hillyer (my Spectator review here)
THERE AND THEN by Frederic Raphael (my Spectator review here)
THE WASP FACTORY by Iain Banks
THE SENTRY by Robert Crais
THE FORGOTTEN MAN by Robert Crais
SIX BAD POETS by Christopher Reid (my Spectator review here)
BRIGGFLATS by Basil Bunting
A STRONG SONG TOWS US by Richard Burton (my Spectator review here)
AUGUSTUS by Allan Massie
LEVELS OF LIFE by Julian Barnes
WALKING WOUNDED by James Andrew Taylor
GOD SAVE THE CHILD by Robert B. Parker
JEEVES AND THE WEDDING BELLS by Sebastian Faulks
WAVE by Sonali Deraniyagala
NEVER GO BACK by Lee Child

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