My Reading – January 2020

There was Still Love by Favel Parrett
There are suitcases everywhere.

A Pale View of Hills by Kazuo Ishiguro
Niki, the name we finally gave my younger daughter, is not an abbreviation; it was a compromise I reached with her father.

Springtime : A Ghost Story by Michelle de Kretser
That spring, Frances walked along the river every morning with her dog, Rod.

The Pale Horse by Agatha Christie
The Espresso machine behind my shoulder hissed like an angry snake.

The Glorious Heresies by Lisa McInerney
He left the boy outside its own front door.

4 thoughts on “My Reading – January 2020

    • It was beautifully written but after finishing it, I wasn’t sure what had happened, what was real and what imagined. I think it is the sort of book that needs more than one reading to grasp. Then I read a couple of reviews (I usually read them after rather than before) that mentioned things that hadn’t occurred to me. I wonder if, perhaps, it is the sort of book where the reader has to decide what happened.

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