Books Read – October 2013

My reading time has been a bit limited this month, mainly as a result of spending more time doing some actual writing, so this is a good thing I guess. That said, I’ve still managed to squeeze in seven remarkably enjoyable books, and as with last month I’ve managed once again to keep my sci-fi input down, with only two of this month’s titles falling into that genre. Anyway, for your continuing edification here’s the list of tomes digested this month…

Self; Yann Martel (1996)
Hell’s Angels; Hunter S. Thompson (1967)
The Stainless Steel Rat; Harry Harrison (1961)
All the Pretty Horses; Cormac McCarthy (1992)
The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle; Haruki Murakami (1995)
The Mightiest Machine (AARN MUNRO); John W. Campbell (1947)
The Facts Behind the Helsinki Roccamatios; Yann Martel (1993)

Next month I intend to continue with my current reading pattern, with more works lined up from Murakami, Thompson and McCarthy, though as usual if you any recommendations you want to make then please feel free to tell me about them in the comments section below.

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