by Morgan on May 5, 2011
The Silent Land, Graham Joyce (my review, in which I compare it to the Fear Street series, is here)
Fear Street No. 32, College Weekend, R.L. Stine (that’s right)
All the Time in the World, E.L. Doctorow (Bookslut review here)
The Devil All The Time, Donald Ray Pollock (review here)
Death as a Side Effect, Ana Maria Shua
The History of History, Ida Hattemer-Higgins
Radiance, Louis B Jones (blog review to come)
Diary of a Bad Year, J.M. Coetzee
How Beautiful It Is And How Easily It Can Be Broken, Daniel Mendelsohn
The Pale King, David Foster Wallace
The Lost Art of Reading, David L. Ulin – Again. For the third time.
I interviewed Ulin several weeks ago and haven’t posted it yet because I’ve been wanting to tie it into a larger review of his book. I promise something good is coming soon, it’s just taking a long time for me to put the book into context in my life, something I need to do before writing the review. I’m conducting somewhat of a personal experiment regarding some of the things he addresses in the book, and I want to make sure I have something to say about that when I sit down to write.