These are the latest read:
- As I Lay Dying — William Faulkner. This will either change or confirm your in-built views of back-country Americans. I liked this one very much.
- Dune — Frank Herbert. I think this is about the fourth time I have read this one. A favourite.
- Neuromancer — William Gibson. I find his narrative confusing in spots; probably a personal problem.
- Scoop — Evelyn Waugh. Usually, it takes me a little while to get into a book and then I'm hooked. This was different. I initially thought it hilarious, I cooled on it in the middle, and got back to it in the end.
- Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy — John le Carre. OK.
- Wind in the Willows, The — Kenneth Grahame. Very English countryside kids story. I'm sure I have read this before, possibly?
And I'm still reading Moby Dick via Daily Lit. Page 100 of 252. Struth! I'll get there in the end.