Books to Read


Gilgamesh by Joan London.  2001 book by Australian writer.  Tony's Book World   says, "An incredible journey from the wilderness of western Australia to the wilderness of Armenia told in a blunt and powerful style."  Available at Jefferson-Madision.

Etgar Keret, short story writer from Israel.  Suddenly, a Knock at the Door, short stories, is available as an audiobook, read by a variety of readers including Ira Glass.

Prague Winter by Madeleine Albright.  Available as audiobook read by her.

Manhunt by Peter Bergen. 

Bring Up the Bodies, next in Hilary Mantel's trilogy.

The Light in Amsterdam by David Park, reviewed here   by Kevin from Canada.  Kindle version available Nov 13, 2012, hardcover March 2013.

Canada by Richard Ford, enthusiastic review by Andre Dubus III in the NYT

Are You My Mother by Alison Bechdel, graphic memoir, great piece in The New Yorker about it.

Headlong by Michael Frayn

Jane Gardem, British author.

Zoobiquity:  What Animals Can Teach Us About Health and the Science of Healing by Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and Kathryn Bowers.  Heard the authors on NPR:  a book that has overweight dragonflies in it has got to be a good one.

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