Sunday Salon | 20 September

It’s starting to feel a lot like autumn. Here in SW London it’s been sunny but the wind has a bit of an edge to it and I for one am very happy about it.

From my walk earlier today

Books finished this week:

Reviews to follow shortly.

I’m currently reading a second novel by Mons Kallentoft and that’s all for the moment, which is unusual for me as I almost always have more than one book on the go, and I’m sure that practice will start up again soon.

New books:

  • Piranesi by Susanna Clarke – I tried to read Jonathan Strange twice, and gave the TV series a shot (gave up on that too), but Piranesi sounds fascinating and less hyped and hopefully that will help
  • The Trials of Koli by MR Carey – the second novel in the well regarded Rampart trilogy
  • Standalone by Paul Michael Anderson – They are killers. They are monsters. They are evil. They are right up my street.
  • The 2084 Report by James Powell – An oral history of the Great Warming – used my Audible credit to get this one. I love a fictional oral history.

Hope you all have a great reading week. Take care and stay safe.

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