King Lear, I'm so close but my momentum is gone. And I have to read An Essay on Criticism by Pope for tomorrow.
Some Eavan Boland poems, and Tristram Shandy by Laurence Sterne for course commitments.
Also Tale of the Tub by Jonathan Swift for funsies.
wizard of the crow by ngugi wa thiongo.Why don't people appreciate african literature, most understimated i think
The Metamorphisis by Franz Kofka
The Dreaming Void - Peter F. Hamilton
I received a free copy of this, usually being a bit dismissive of contemporary sci-fi. It's good, for about half of it, while the remainder is distressingly awful.
Everything That Rises Must Converge - Flannery O'connor
For my course: Anonimo Veneziano by Giuseppe Berto
For my own pleasure: El Amor en los Tiempos del Colera by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
and: A History of the Spanish Language
Master of the game by sidney sheldon. Intense to the extreme, love it.