Weekend Reading Plans

These are the books that will keep my weekend occupied – a novel, a collection of short stories, and a non-fiction book. The first two are English translations of Czech and Assamese language works. Has anyone read these? Feedback is always appreciated. What are your bookish plans for the weekend?


2 thoughts on “Weekend Reading Plans”

  1. I don’t know any of these. But I’ve just finished Otter Country, by Miriam Darlington. She writes deliciously about the natural world, as well as highlighting the difficulties encountered by animals, insects and plants in our people-focused world. Next up? Han Kang’s The While Book. I know that it will be a challenging read – her books always are. But beautifully written and translated. I’m tempted by your latest reads too.

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    1. The book on nature sounds interesting. More so in today’s times with forests reducing and human-animal conflicts increasing. I’m almost done with The Joke – Kindle shows 25 minutes to go. Give this one a try – Milan Kundera came out with this fifth version since he wasn’t satisfied with the earlier translations.


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