Books I’ve enjoyed (to varying degrees) since my last post, and might recommend, depending on conditions too numerous to list at this point in time

I mean, I don’t know. There’s some I could take off. There’s some I could put on? There’s also no real order to the list. It’s a bit of blog throat clearing.

  • The Paying Guests, Sarah Waters.
  • Wonderland, Stacey D’Erasmo.
  • Binary Star, Sarah Gerard.
  • The Buried Giant, Kazuo Ishiguro.
  • Broken Monsters, Lauren Beukes.
  • The Unspeakable: And Other Subjects of Discussion, Meghan Daum.
  • Neverhome, Laird Hunt.
  • I Remember You: A Ghost Story, Yrsa Sigurðardóttir.
  • Night Film, Marisha Pessl.
  • The Laughing Monsters, Denis Johnson.

Though, I mean, for all that, like, holy hell, that Wonderland book, I mean…damn. And also obviously and always and forever Kazuo Ishiguro, but you knew that already, assuming you’ve been reading my blog since 1987, or whenever blogging was invented. Ahem.

Ahem.

Author: Darby

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One thought on “Books I’ve enjoyed (to varying degrees) since my last post, and might recommend, depending on conditions too numerous to list at this point in time”

  1. I notice NECROPOLIS didn’t make the list. It temporarily melted my brain, but I’m not sure I could say I “enjoyed” it, either.

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