October 19, 2018

October reading list

Not read yet:
Driving blind by Ray Bradbury. 
Could't bring myself to start this one.
The hand by Henning Mankell. 
Another Walldander story.
The unexpected blessing by Yoko Ogawa. 
Just took it from the library without even reading the summary. Favorite writer, blind faith ;)

Partly read:
The smiling man by Henning Mankell.
Still reading it. I like it but I am having a reading block here.

Après (After) by Stéphane Allix. 
Read pretty much everything by that writer. I met him last year. He is specialized in unexplained phenomenons, but, well, he is kind of pushing it this time (as in the previous one). Still a fun and fast read, even if you don't really believe him. 

Mysterious creatures 
Oddly thorough on some topics and oddly undocumented on others..weird book about world mysteries.
Joyland  by Stephen King. 
A really fun read. Not too scary but still very enjoyable. A perfect October read. Highly recommanded. 

Have you read anything good lately? I am always on the lookout for new stuff to read.


toosis said...

I bought several books about danish hygge but didn't finish any of them yet.
I am so behind my reading:(
Do you know they have a special word for constantly people buying books that they never read in Japan.. funny right? but kind of suits me nowadays...

Tina Lindholm Kanerva said...

I am so bad at reading books, I have been trying to finish one since the end of summer...

Natalya said...

Thank you for sharing this wonderful selection

Stephanie Kilgast said...

Well I'm slowly reading myself through the discworld series from Terry Pratchett, which I can't recommend enough.
But don't find much time to read lately I'm afraid :/
thanks for sharing your books!