This year’s books

I've developed a standing pattern of reporting each year on which books I've read from the NY Times list of notable books.

This year, I've read:

I started reading The Lazarus Project, but couldn't get into it and so have given up on it.  I'm also still in the middle of Nixonland.

This year, from the 2007 list I read The Abstinence Teacher and The Maytrees.

So many books, so little time.

2 Responses to “This year’s books”

  1. Jackie Says:

    I have usually never read any of them, because I rarely read books in hardback! But here’s what I read from last year’s list:
    Bridge of Sighs, HP and the Deathly Hallows, Then We Came to the End, What is the What, Yiddish Policemen’s Union, The Argument, Edith Wharton.
    All of them were excellent in different ways.

  2. Mary McKinney Says:

    Did you like The Abstinence Teacher? I thought that it was great fun, but no one in my bookgroup liked it.

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