On the reading side, October has not been a bad month, with seven books in total. Maybe I’ve been too generous on my rating. Or I need to improve my critical mind. In any case I have really enjoyed them all. If you twist my arm to make me choose just one, it will be a hard decision. A tie between Rupture and The Quarry, seems just fair.
The Widow Killer, by Pavel Kohout ****
The Snack Thief, by Andrea Camilleri *****
Muerte en Estambul, de Petros Márkaris ****
Temporary Perfections, by Gianrico Carofiglio *****
Rupture (aka A Thousand Cuts), by Simon Lelic *****
The Eye of Jade, by Diane Wei Liang ****
The Quarry, by Johan Theorin *****
4 thoughts on “October Readings”
Don’t worry about the high ratings Jose Ignacio. I’m finding something similar with my reading. I think it is because we are so in touch with a list of people who recommend good books to read, that we don’t even think about reading books that would not rate as highly. Does that make sense?
It certainly does make sense, Kerrie and I’m glad to all my friend bloggers. I must have stressed that point.
I have also become more generous when I really like a book so no need to apologise because you enjoyed your October reads.
I certainly did, Dorte. Thank you.