What I’m reading in 2018

I like to keep track of my reading – in my paper calendar, and on this site. I did the same in 2015, 2016 and 2017.

(updated monthly)

Title Author Date finished
Manhattan Beach Jennifer Egan 3/01/18
The Reservoir Tapes Jon McGregor 4/01/18
Mrs Osmond John Banville 9/01/18
The Social Life of Books Abigail Williams 15/01/18
Unterleuten Juli Zeh 22/01/18
Borne Jeff Vandermeer 27/01/18
Bad Dreams Tessa Hadley 30/01/18
The Overstory Richard Powers 06/02/18
Jane Austen at Home Lucy Worsley 11/02/18
Sing, Unburied, Sing Jesmyn Ward 13/02/18
Inferior Angela Saini 16/02/18
The Lie of the Land Amanda Craig 18/02/18
The Nix Nathan Hill 25/02/18
Big Pig, Little Pig Jacqueline Yallop 28/02/18
Pachinko Min Jin Lee 02/03/18
Turning for Home Barney Norris 04/03/18
The Immortalists Chloe Benjamin 09/03/18
All Rivers Run Free Natasha Carthew 15/03/18
The Friendly Ones Philip Hensher 23/03/18
Reading the Rocks Brenda Maddox 27/03/18
The Western Wind Samantha Harvey 30/03/18
Lady Audley’s Secret Mary Elizabeth Braddon 01/04/18
The Mill on the Floss George Eliot 14/04/18
Portrait of a Woman in Silk Zara Anishanslin 21/04/18
The Good Soldier Ford Madox Ford 26/04/18
Story of an African Farm Olive Steiner 28/04/18
Summer Edith Wharton 01/05/18
The Female Persuasion Meg Wolitzer 06/05/18
To Kill a Mockingbird Harper Lee 12/05/18
The Sparsholt Affair Alan Hollinghurst 20/05/18
Red Clocks Leni Zumas 25/05/18
The Yellow Birds Kevin Powers 28/05/18
My Year of Rest and Relaxation Ottessa Mosfegh 05/06/18
The Unexpected Truth About Animals Lucy Cooke 09/06/18
Free Food for Millionaires Min Jin Lee 14/06/18
The Paper Lovers Gerard Woodward 23/06/18
The Valley at the Centre of the World Malachy Tallack 01/07/18
The Unconsoled Kazuo Ishiguro 12/07/18
Crudo Olivia Laing 14/07/18
The Golden House Salman Rushdie 18/07/18
Lady Into Fox David Garnett 19/07/18
The Drowned World JG Ballard 21/07/18