As the sun's rays ebb, and rain drives the less brave indoors, bundling up and retreating to the universe of print becomes all the more appealing. For students, it's a time for buckling down, and ploughing through thick texts and indecipherable formulas. For the rest of us, it's a chance to catch up on the 'must-read' books we bought and left gathering dust whilst we frisked in the sunlight and danced into lingering evenings. Here is the first and ever-changing draft of my Fall Reading List...
(In no particular order...)
Nine Stories- J.D. Salinger
Portnoy's Complaint- Philip Roth
The Recognitions- William Gladdis
Jonathan Livingston Seagull- Richard Bach
A Handful of Dust- Evelyn Waugh
American Psycho- Bret Easton Ellis
What's on your list?