Saturday, September 03, 2022

Books Read: August 2022

This is an index to the blog, since it's basically a book-review venue these days. I don't really expect anyone else to care about this post; I do it for my own convenience.

But here's what I read this past month:

Molly Knox Ostertag, The Girl From the Sea (8/6)

Pornsak Pichetshote, Alexandre Tefenkgi, Lee Loughridge, and Jeff Powell, The Good Asian, Vol. 1 (8/7)

Joan Didion, Miami (in We Tell Ourselves Stories in Order to Live, 8/7)

Bobby Carnow and Simon Gane, Ghost Tree (digital, 8/13)

Manu Larcenet and Jean-Yves Ferri, Back to Basics, Vol. 2: Making Plans (digital, 8/14)

P.G. Wodehouse, Right Ho, Jeeves (8/14)

Budjette Tan and KaJo Baldisimo, Trese, Vol. 4: Last Seen After Midnight (8/20)

Ana Galvan, Press Enter to Continue (digital, 8/21)

Brenna Thummler, Delicates (digital, 8/27)

Joseph Heller, Now and Then (8/27)

Diana Schutz, editor, Autobiographix (digital, 8/28)

Anonymous, editor, World's Funnest (digital, 8/29)

Gwen de Bonneval and Matthieu Bonhomme, William and the Lost Spirit (digital, 8/30)

Frances Larson, Severed (8/30)

Lewis Trondheim and Matthieu Bonhomme, Omni-Visibilis (digital, 8/31)

Tim O'Brien, If I Die In a Combat Zone (8/31)

In September, I will meet with ministerial colleagues and others continue to read more books.

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