My New Reading Scheme


I’ve turned upside down my reading programme and now I look forward to:

  • Phantom, by Jo Nesbo
  • A Dark Redemption, by Stav Sherez
  • Absolute Zero Cool, by Declan Burke
  • The Draining Lake, by Arnaldur Indridason
  • Where the Devil Can’t Go, by Anya Lypska
  • Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, by John Le Carré
  • Bloodland, by Alan Glynn
  • What it Was, by George Pelecanos
  • Winter’s Bone, by Daniel Woodrell

7 thoughts on “My New Reading Scheme”

  1. Jose Ignacio: I rarely try to look more than 1-2 books ahead in reading. I am interested in how and why you have set up your next 9 books for reading.

    1. I’m not sure why I always try to plan a few weeks ahead, Bill. Maybe there is some unconcious reason behind but it doesn’t bother me. All I do is choose among the books I’ve bought recently those that seem more attractive at that particular moment. When I change my mood, I start a new process all over again even if I have not finished my original plan.

  2. Plans are good, they give you some idea of where you might be heading, but I always reserve the right to slip something else in.

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