2011

Below are all the books read in 2011.  When the book is reviewed, there will be a link to the relevant blog post.  Not all books I have read have been reviewed (yet).

Short Stories:

Best Australian Short Stories – two stories reviewed here

Fiction:

Kate Atkinson – Emotionally Weird

Richard Ayres – Waterloo Sunset

David Baldacci – The Sixth Man

James Lee Burke – Feast of Fools

Andrea Camilleri – The Patience of a Spider

Len Deighton – Winter

Michael Dibdin – Blood Rain

E.L. Doctorow – Homer and Langley (May 2011)

Jennifer Egan – A Visit from the Goon Squad (April 2011)

Nicci French – The Memory Game

Julia Glass – I see you everywhere

Linda Grant – We had it so good

Steve Hely – How I became a Famous Novelist (April 2011)

Alan Hollinghurst – The Stranger’s Child (July 2011)

Ann Holt – Punishment

Khaled Hosseini – A Thousand Splendid Suns (no full review – just referred to)

Arnaldur Indridason – Voices

Arnaldur Indridason – Hypothermia

Arnaldur Indridason – Tainted Blood

Kazuo Ishiguro – A Pale View of Hills (no full review – referred to)

Lynda La Plante – Blind Fury (no full review – just referred to)

Simon Lelic – The Facility

Carlo Lucarelli – Carte Blanche

Rosamund Lupton – Sister

Henning Mankell – The Man from Beijing (June 2011)

Jennifer Rohn – The Honest Look

Ian McEwan – Solar, reviewed here

Jo Nesbo – The Leopard,  The Devil’s Star and The Redeemer

Hakan Nesser – The Inspector and Silence  (April 2011)

Maggie O’Farrell – The Hand that First Held Mine

Tea Obreht – The Tiger’s Wife

Ann Patchett – Bel Canto (May 2011)

Gerald Seymour – A Deniable Death

Nicholas Shakespear – Inheritance (July 2011)

Lionel Shriver – So Much for That

Daniel Silva – Portrait of a Spy

David Szalay – The Innocent (April 2011)

Scott Turow – Presumed Innocent: reviewed

Scott Turow – Innocent

Piers Venmore Rowland – Latent Hazard (no full review)

Non-Fiction

Tony Blair – The Journey (not reviewed)

Tony Judt – Reappraisals: Reflections on the forgotten twentieth century

John Lanchester – Whoops

Nouriel Roubini – Crisis Economics

Kathryn Schulz – Being Wrong: highly recommended

Siddhartha Mukherjee – The Emperor of all Maladies (A biography of cancer) – Winner of Pullitzer Prize

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: