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japple

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15. Not necessarily in rank order
Sun May 31, 2015, 10:18 PM
May 2015

Last edited Mon Jun 1, 2015, 07:33 AM - Edit history (1)

James McBride, The Good Lord Bird
Lin Enger, The High Divide
Emily St. John Mandel, Station Eleven
Peter Heller, The Dog Stars
Paulette Jiles, Lighthouse Island
Kent Haruf, Benediction
Lance Weller, Wilderness

Edit to add: Anthony Doerr, All the Light We Cannot See

Preparation for the Next Life by Atticus Lish. (nt) enough May 2015 #1
Thank you for posting this! scarletwoman May 2015 #2
Okay.. Enthusiast May 2015 #3
Thank you, Enthusiast! scarletwoman May 2015 #5
I just ordered used copies of The Long-Shining Waters and Safe From the Sea. Enthusiast May 2015 #4
I hope you'll enjoy them! scarletwoman May 2015 #6
Ah...just read a review about Sweetland and immediately wanted Laura PourMeADrink May 2015 #7
Thank you. "The Confession" sounds intense. scarletwoman May 2015 #10
You could probably get it at a used book store now. Highly recommended. BTW Laura PourMeADrink Jun 2015 #18
I stopped buying books years and years ago. I get my books exclusively from the library. scarletwoman Jun 2015 #19
Top mystery nominees from Strand Magazine Critics Awards mainer May 2015 #8
Thank you for the lists. I've only read one of the books listed, "The Secret Place" by Tana French. scarletwoman May 2015 #9
I just got done reading "The Kind Worth Killing' SheilaT May 2015 #11
We enjoyed The Girl With A Clock for a Heart. I haven't read The Kind Worth Killing yet. Enthusiast May 2015 #12
The Kind Worth Killing SheilaT May 2015 #13
I will add that one to my list, Sheila. Thanks. Enthusiast May 2015 #14
Not necessarily in rank order japple May 2015 #15
Thanks! I'm going to have to look most of them up - except for "The High Divide" & "Wilderness". scarletwoman May 2015 #16
I'm adding to my list, too. Thanks everyone for these japple Jun 2015 #17
New to me this year Hula Popper Sep 2015 #29
In no particular order..... eissa Jun 2015 #20
Thank you for adding to this thread! scarletwoman Jun 2015 #21
Vargas Llosa was a late discovery for me eissa Jun 2015 #22
I must confess, I've never read any South American authors. scarletwoman Jun 2015 #23
They're new to me as well eissa Jun 2015 #24
Try the poetry of Pablo Neruda. mackerel Jul 2015 #25
I became interested in him after reading Salvador Allende's biography eissa Jul 2015 #27
Two books come to mind. ZombieHorde Jul 2015 #26
"The Cartel" by Don Winslow. argyl Aug 2015 #28
Hello, argyl! Enthusiast Sep 2015 #30
The best novel this year pscot Nov 2015 #31
Thank you, pscot. Enthusiast Nov 2015 #32
Did you read the trilogy? hermetic Nov 2015 #33
I did pscot Nov 2015 #34
Since it is still 2015 I thought I should update. Enthusiast Nov 2015 #35
Thanks, Enthusiast! I'm really going to have to read some more Michael Crummey books, too. scarletwoman Nov 2015 #36
Hi scarletwoman! I do know exactly what you mean. Enthusiast Nov 2015 #37
Out of all the scores of books I've read since I started this thread, there's one in particular scarletwoman Nov 2015 #38
I believe we have In Bitter Chill on order. Enthusiast Nov 2015 #39
Time to unpin this thread and move on into 2016. scarletwoman Jan 2016 #40
WOW - found this and must tell you about the one I'm loving now Mira Jan 2016 #41
My very favorite!n/t Dalai_1 Jan 2016 #42
Hi Mira, hermetic Jan 2016 #43
Happy to see this book has found another admirer. It's one of my favorites japple Jan 2016 #44
Kim Stanley Robinson SoLeftIAmRight Feb 2016 #45
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