Fiction:Where the Moon Isn’t
by Nathan Filer
Debut novel, well written. Quirky. I enjoyed it.A Girl Is a Half-Formed Thing
by Eimear McBride
Annoying stream of consciousness writing style. Relentlessly depressing.
A couple of gems in it, but even speed reading the really shit bits it was a chore.The Bone Clocks
by David Mitchell
Interesting story, well written but main theme of the book which is sci-fi-ish, is not given enough development.The Lie
by Helen Dunmore
Well written, enjoyable read. About a traumatised guy returning from WW1 and trying to be ok.
I started - The Narrow Road to the Deep North
by Richard Flanagan last night but I quickly moved on to Every Day Is for the Thief
by Teju Cole. It's another fictional account, this time of life in Nigeria.
I'll see how I get on with it but I think I'm sick of fiction.
I crave science & science fiction books.
My interests are Paleoanthropology, Cosmology and Physics for the only slightly stupid cunt.