I'm a fan of Michael Ondaatje's fiction and poetry, so a new Ondaatje book is an event for me. Warlight, I trust, will be an interesting read. Tanya Talaga's book Seven Fallen Feathers has been on my reading list for some time now, and I think it'll be one I'll need to reflect on. Summer seems like good timing. Haruki Murakami's book of short stories, Men without Women, looks appealing. I loved his memoir, What I Think About When I Think About Running, and I'm curious about his fiction.
They're relatively new titles. But I look forward to following my interests and curiosity along the way. I may end up reading more Murakami. I may also end up reading more Canadian fiction and non-fiction.
By Michael Ondaatje
Seven Fallen Feathers: Racism, Death, and Hard Truths in a Northern City
By Tanya Talaga
Men without Women
By Haruki Murakami