Hit or Miss, September and October 2015

Here’s what I was reading and viewing in September and October


  • Don Quixote (Miguel de Cervantes)
  • The Inspector and Silence (Hakan Nesser)
  • One Hundred Years of Solitude (Gabriel Garcia Marquez)
  • The Classic of Tea (Lu Yu)
  • Go Set a Watchman (Harper Lee)
  • A Scanner Darkly (Philip K Dick)
  • The Postcolonial Science and Technology Studies Reader (Sandra Harding, ed.)
  • Fire on the Mountain (Anita Desai)
  • The Body Keeps the Score (Bessel Vander Kolk)
  • The Secret Keeper (Kate Morton)
  • Lavinia (Ursula K Le Guin)
  • In the Garden of Beasts (Erik Larson)
  • Daniel Deronda (George Eliot)
  • Mission: Impossible, Rogue Nation (movie)
  • Derivative Faith (Jollin Tan)


  • Blindsight (Peter Watts)

Neither Hit nor Miss

  • Ant Man (movie)

I think the read of the month for me was Don Quixote and The Body Keeps the Score in September and Daniel Deronda and Derivative Faith in October.

So how has recent reading and viewing been for you?


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