Saturday by Ian McEwan – AUDIO
Musketerene tyve år etter, volume three by Alexandre Dumas
Nation by Terry Pratchett
Den inre kretsen by Mari Jungstedt
Operasjon Isbjørn by Eirik Wekre – AUDIO
Push by Sapphire
Blind Faith by Ben Elton
The War of the Worlds by HG Wells – AUDIO
The Little People by John Christopher
Den tredje søsteren by Terje Bjøranger
Udyr by Lotte Hammer/Søren Hammer – AUDIO
Myrstrå vipper by Rolf Jacobsen (Gyldendals lille bibliotek)
Lonesome George by Henry Nicholls
The News Where You Are by Catherine O’Flynn – AUDIO
Japanese Schoolgirl Confidential by Brian Ashcraft/Shoko Ueda
Flat Earth News by Nick Davies
12 printed books, 3,374 pages.
5 audiobooks, 46h 34m.
I'm very predictable - I've got to say Nation. I'm not just saying that because it's Pterry. It really is fantastic. One of his best. Read it and see for yourselves. :-)
Hard to choose ... !! I read four nonfiction books this month and three of them could easily be my favorite. (The book about Japan was interesting, but shoddily edited, so doesn't quite cut it. :-) I think I'll have to go with Nick Davies. That book is probably my most important read this month, and was also extremely well written.
Hard to choose again. James Wilby read Saturday, so ... ? ;-)
Potential read for next month ... ? :-D