My TBR list.

It’s been a while since I put out a to be read list. Some of these I have had for a while and have been meaning to read for some time.

I’ve never read any Philip Roth, but have heard good things about him….and a few bad things…so I’ll have a read and make up my own mind. I picked up Sabbath’s Theatre at a book sale in November and the other 2 books I bought today at a used book store that I’ve never been in before by the name of Minton Booklovers, in Napier…..which probably warrants a post of its own at a later date.

As you can see there are a few classics there among my picks, all of which I have never delved into before so have been languishing for a while on my shelf begging to be picked up and opened. I have no idea what order I will read them in, but since I have 3 of Roth’s there I guess I should start with one of his.

If anyone has any advice or opinions to share on any of these books, please feel free to comment.

Many thanks.

2 thoughts on “My TBR list.

  1. A great list! Roth is fantastic. Sabbath’s Theater is prickly and a little challenging — it took me two tries to finish it — but if you find its crazy groove, it’s superb. Happy reading!

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    1. Thanks Chris. I’ve never read anything written by Roth before, but of the 3 books of his I now have waiting to be read, I’ve just started “The Plot against America”. The print is quite small so that adds to the challenge. I have lots of other books unread on my shelves in addition to those on my post. I tend to go to a lot of charity 2nd hand book sales and amass several bags full of books at a time. Sadly some of these books get put to one side to be read later and I never get around to it. I’ll be having a good go at it though this year.
      Thanks for the comment.

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