The Black Dahlia - James Ellroy (Quite ridiculous)
London Fields - Martin Amis (Started off well, became disappointing)
Less than Zero - Bret Easton Ellis (I've read this before of course. Awesome)
On the Road - Jack Kerouac (Nice scenery)
Dune - Frank Herbert (A re-read)
Surfacing - Margaret Atwood (Early so OTT feminism ahoy)
Half a Yellow Sun - Chimamanda Adichie (Enjoyed this a lot!)
Engleby - Sebastian Faulks (Flawed but enjoyable. Lost momentum towards the end)
On Writing - Stephen King (Really interesting. Like peering into someone's window through binoculars)
The Shining - Stephen King (Another teenage read)
Behind the Scenes at the Museum - Kate Atkinson (Found the narrator a bit grating! Too many! Exclamations!!!)
Fury - Salman Rushdie (Didn't vibe with this)
Rant - Chuck Palahniuk (My new favourite author)
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