The Year’s Reading

DSCN1329 - Version 8Works marked with an asterisk have been reviewed and can be found via Rambles Through Earlier Posts

Anderson, Sherwood. Winesburg Ohio. Introd Ernest Boyd [1919] Digireads, 2017. ebook.

Barker, Pat. The Century’s Daughter. Virago, 1986.*

Drabble, Margaret. The Dark Flood Rises. Farrar, 2016.*

Eagleton, Terry, Materialism. Yale UP, 2016.*

Feldman, Deborah. Unorthodox: The Scandalous Rejection of My Hasidic Roots. Simon and Schuster, 2012.*

Gerrard, David Burr. The Epiphany Machine. Putnams, 2017. Ebook.*

Godwin, Peter. Mukiwa. A White Boy in Africa. 1996. HarperPerennial, 1997.*

Goldsworthy, Adrian. Pax Romana. War, Peace, and Conquest in the Roman World. Orion, 2017.*

Harari, Yuval Noah. Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. 2015. Trans. Yuval Noah Harari. Signal, 2016.*

Heyer, Georgette. Snowdrift and Other Stories. Source Books-Casablanca. 2016.*

Humphreys. Helen. Coventry. HarperCollins, 2008.*

Pears, Iain. An Instance of the Fingerpost. [1997] Vintage, 1998.*

Potter, Beatrix. The Tale of Kitty-in-Boots. Illus. Quentin Blake. Frederic Warne-Penguin, 2016.*

Sackville-West, Vita. All Passion Spent. Hogarth P, 1931. Introd. Victoria Glendinning. Virago, 1983.

Scurr, Ruth. John Aubrey: My Own Life.Vintage, 2015.*

Simon, Marie Jalowicz. Underground in Berlin: A Young Woman’s Extraordinary Tale of Survival in the Heart of Nazi Germany. Trans. Anthea Bell. Back Bay Books, 2015.

Smith, Ali. Autumn. Penguin, 2017.*

—. Winter. Penguin Canada, 2017.*

Taylor, Andrew. The Ashes of London. Harper, 2016.*

Trollope, Joanna. City of Friends. Mantle, 2017.*

Yalom, A History of the Wife. HarperCollins, 2001.*












































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