Upcoming Books for Review in 2015

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This blog is back in business as its author emerges from a frantic season at work. These are some of the books that’ll have upcoming reviews. I’ve already read five of them, three have their reviews in production, one is near completion, one, in fact, that may be my favourite read of 2014. Three were chosen after discussions with other book bloggers. One was a brand new copy (though on a special offer). Another one was from a library – this made up for the outlay on the new one. All worked out quite cheap. Not all were terribly cheerful.

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5 Responses to Upcoming Books for Review in 2015

  1. Letizia says:

    Looking forward to hear which one might have been your favorite of 2014. I have The Goldfinch sitting on my night table waiting to be read soon.


    • Jeff says:

      Nice to hear from you. I’m looking forward to The Goldfinch too. I’ve been, in the meantime, distracted by starting one of the several Ballard novels I’ve picked up recently. Are you posting on The Goldfinch?


      • Letizia says:

        Probably not (at least not a review), but I look forward to reading it. Am reading Out Stealing Horses right now, so far quite good, if a bit dark (Norwegian).


        • Jeff says:

          Ah, those Nordics can be Noir. I’m in the Mediterranean in Cocaine Nights. All that imaginary sunshine works wonders when you’re a northern European reading from within the teeth of Winter.


  2. Stefanie says:

    Some big books on your pile there. Looking forward to hearing what you think of She!


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