My Reading Plan for September 2011


I’m proud to report that my TBR diet goes according to plan. I have not added many to my shelves during August. Actually my last purchase, The Locked Room which I’ll probably finished reading tonight, was made on 25 July. Still loyal to Bernadette’s motto ‘Last in, First out’. Besides I’ve just ordered Trackers, after Maxine’s strong recommendation yesterday. I’ve also reduced my TBR pile by the old method of getting rid of some of the books that I will not read. Anyhow I still have some 50 TBR in stock. I don’t foresee any shortage of books in the near future.

My reading plan for next month looks as follows (when done I’ll buy Outrage next):

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Quiet Belief in Angels by RJ Ellory

The Inspector and Silence by Hakan Nesser

Rupture by Simon Lelic

Winterland by Alan Glynn

Last Rituals by Yrsa Sigudardottir

The Coffee Trader by David Liss

6 thoughts on “My Reading Plan for September 2011”

  1. José Ignacio – What a fine reading plan you have! I can recommend Last Rituals, The Inspector and Silence, Winterland and most definitely Rupture. The other two I confess I haven’t read. I will really be eager for your views of these novels.

  2. Good strategy, Jose Ignacio, and good set of books – Rupture and Winterland stand out for me, though Hakan Nesser is always a good solid read, and Yrsa S’s debut novel is lovely if a little long for its content (for my taste). But lots of nice dry humour and banter in it.

  3. Ah, Nesser and Sigurdardottir are really good 🙂
    I plan to read Rapture soon, but I had just picked it up when the terror shooting took place in Norway, and I decided it was a completely wrong book for that week. Some things should just be kept separate.

  4. Very admirable Jose Ignacio. A good set of prospective reading too. Attempts to curb TBR here are an abject failure.

  5. A great looking list – I would also recommend RUPTURE but will be intrigued to know about the Ellory book as I have never read that author.

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