Being still diverted by other things this month, I might have read just two books if I hadn’t manage to squeeze in a couple of easy reads at the end of the month.
The Dave Eggers novel sticks out because it was so readable and different.
- Electric – Chad Taylor [An OK, slow-burning thriller]
- Your Fathers, Where Are They? And the Prophets, Do They Live Forever? – Dave Eggers [Brilliant. Highly recommended]
- Confessions of a Sociopath – M.E. Thomas [OK, but overlong. Bit of an eye-opener]
- The Aftermath – Rhidian Brook [Recommended. Looks set to become a movie!]
For October I’ve got lined up a mammoth read, bought for 50p, Vincent Bugliosi’s Four Days in November – The Assassination of John F.Kennedy. It’s a weighty 500 pages and I’m not sure I’ll see it through to the end, but if I do, it will surely take me the whole month!