Books I’ve Read: Q2 2019

When you look and discover you still have almost half an hour of lunchtime left and can keep reading. Lausanne, Switzerland. May 24, 2019.

When you look and discover you still have almost half an hour of lunchtime left and can keep reading. Lausanne, Switzerland. May 24, 2019.

A list of books I chewed through in the second quarter of 2019, in rough chronological order:

  1. A Generation of Sociopaths: How the Baby Boomers Betrayed America, by Bruce Cannon Gibney

  2. Valiant Gentlemen, by Sabina Murray

  3. Dying: A Memoir, by Cory Taylor

  4. A Little Life, by Hanya Yanagihara

  5. Exit West, by Mohsin Hamid

  6. Autumn, by Ali Smith

  7. The Idiot, by Elif Batuman

  8. The Underground Railroad, by Colson Whitehead

  9. Behold the Dreamers, by Imbolo Mbue

  10. Mischling, by Affinity Konar

  11. The Mirror Thief, by Martin Seay

  12. Before the Fall, by Noah Hawley

  13. The Mortifications, by Derek Palacio

  14. Here I Am, by Jonathan Safran Foer

  15. The Fuzzy and the Techie, by Scott Hartley

  16. Grace, by Natashia Deón

  17. War and Turpentine, by Stefan Hertmans

The books I bolded, I recommend most highly—although I found many of the others quite tasty as well.

To see what I read in Q1 2019, read my list.