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My favourite books of 2015

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Hello. These are the books I enjoyed reading most during 2015. If I get the chance I might come back and give a bit of description/my reasons for enjoyment for these, but we’ll go with some straightforward lists for now. These may also be added to in the next ten days as I’ve got a few interesting books in the pile. In no particular order:

Published in 2015

Undermajordomo Minor – Patrick deWitt

The Reflection – Hugo Wilcken

The Cartel – Don Winslow

So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed – Jon Ronson

The Vorrh – Brian Catling

Touch – Claire North

Dictator – Robert Harris

The Sellout – Paul Beatty

Near Enemy – Adam Sternbergh

Ancillary Mercy – Ann Leckie

The Fat of Fed Beasts – Guy Ware

 

Not published in 2015

The Mezzanine – Nicholson Baker

The KLF: Chaos, Magic and the Band who Burned a Million Pounds – John Higgs

The Book of Illusions – Paul Auster

Gun, With Occasional Music – Jonathan Lethem

Bunny Modern – David Bowman

Copenhagen (which is a play, but I read it, and it was good to read) – Michael Frayn

Replay – Ken Grimwood

The Affirmation – Christopher Priest

Dare Me – Megan Abbott

The Broken Shore – Peter Temple

Truth – Peter Temple

The Lathe of Heaven – Ursula le Guin

 

Re-read in 2015

The Tetherballs of Bougainville – Mark Leyner

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Written by hahildebrand

December 21, 2015 at 3:08 pm

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