What We’re Reading

Last Night - James SalterThe Desert Spear - Peter V. BrettMonsters - Christopher DellAnatomical Anomalies - Elizabeth AlstonIn the Darkness - Karin Fossum

Silver Bay - Jojo MoyesNina Todd Has Gone - Lesley GlaisterHausfrau - Jill Alexander EssbaumDit kan niet waar zijn - Joris LuyendijkThe Vegetarian - Han Kang

24/7: Late Capitalism and the End of Sleep - Jonathan CraryThe Mechanical - Ian TregillisThe Whites - Richard Price as Harry BrandtSatin Island - Tom McCarthyComplete Stories 1898-1910 - Henry James

Me Before You - Jojo MoyesEnon - Paul HardingThe One and Only - Lauren SandlerThe Element by Ken RobinsonH is for Hawk - Helen MacdonaldFinn Fancy Necromancy - Randy Henderson

Paul: Last Night – James Salter (ebook available here)

Martijn: The Desert Spear – Peter V. Brett (ebook)

Jesse: The Whispering Muse – Sjon (ebook)

Maarten: I’m right in between books.  Finished yesterday: Monsters: A Bestiary of the Bizarre by Christopher Dell.  Starting tonight: Anatomical Anomalies (currently only available as ebook if you’re looking for it new.  I bought mine from the bargain bin at Scheltema).

SimoneJust finished In the Darkness by Karin Fossum (ebook). Good book! Now reading Silver Bay by Jojo Moyes (ebook) and Nina Todd Has Gone by Lesley Glaister (ebook).

Renate: Hausfrau by Jill Alexander Essbaum, Dit kan niet waar zijn by Joris Luyendijk (English-language edition coming in the summer, called Masters of the Universe).  Just finished The Vegetarian by Han Kang (ebook) and 24/7: Late Capitalism and the End of Sleep by  Jonathan Crary (ebook).

JeroenW: The Mechanical – Ian Tregillis (ebook)

Tjeerd: The Whites – Richard Price (writing as Harry Brandt), Satin Island – Tom McCarthy (ebook), Complete Stories 1898 – 1910 – Henry James

Lilia: Me Before You by Jojo Moyes (ebook). Part of my “to read from colleagues” list. 😉

Sigrid: Enon – Paul Harding (ebook)

Daria: One and Only: The Freedom of Having an Only Child, and the Joy of Being One – Lauren Sandler, The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything – Ken Robinson (ebook)

Sophie: Just finished H is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald (ebook) for my book club. Beautiful. Now reading Finn Fancy Necromancy, which might possibly fit into the Jim Butcher/Kevin Hearne corner, but I’m not sure yet. It starts off much more slowly.