continuing with my quest to read the booker winners of my lifetime, i recently completed a s byatt’s possession. it was… Read more book number twelve of 2016 + booker winner 1990: possession [a s byatt].
kazuo ishiguro’s 1989 booker winner the remains of the day was a fast, if uneventful, read. it was well-written and flowed… Read more book number six of 2016 + booker winner 1989: the remains of the day [kazuo ishiguro].
i managed to finish penelope lively’s moon tiger just before my trip home – i don’t like carrying half-read or nearly-finished… Read more book number twenty-seven of 2015 + booker winner 1987: moon tiger [penelope lively].
of the four booker prize winners i have read thus far, kingsley amis’ the old devils is by far my favourite.… Read more book number twenty-four of 2015 + booker prize winner 1986: the old devils [kingsley amis].
the reason i’ve not had a book update in a while is because this one was a bit of a… Read more book number twenty of 2015 + booker prize winner 1985: the bone people [keri hulme].
i just finished the second booker prize winner of my lifetime, anita brookner’s hotel du lac, and to be completely honest… Read more book number eighteen of 2015 + booker prize winner 1984: hotel du lac [anita brookner].
so what is it, he thought, that binds me to this spot of earth as if to a home i… Read more book number sixteen of 2015 + booker prize winner 1983: life & times of michael k [jm coetzee].