Read a few great ones recently:
Don DeLillo's Underworld. A little bit too long, but so well written and most of the characters are really engrossing and genuine
Murakami's The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle - another masterpiece. I love him
Snowdrops by A.D Miller - I can't remember why I bought it, but it wasn't very good. Superficial, not that well-written and not even entertaining or exciting
Fiona Mozley - Elmet. Totally engrossing account of a couple of kids that grow up in the countryside with their Dad in Yorkshire. Gets really nasty towards the end.
George Saunders - The Brief And Frightening Reign Of Phil / In Persuasion Nation. Not as good as Tenth Of December (some of the characters are a bit samey) but still actually laugh out loud funny
Elizabeth Strout - Olive Kitteridge. I can't put into words how much I loved it
I'm reading an Ali Smith book now called There But For The. I can already tell it's going to be great
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