tinachris wrote:The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes - great characterization, Barnes writes a beautiful book about four student friends and a mystery surrounding the suicide of one of them. Highly recommend this book.
I heard that on the radio. Admittedly it was slightly abridged, but I remember enjoying the story and hating the ending.
Just finished Paul Magrs' Beyond Wildthyme!
. It was full of different narrative voices and timelines, and stream of conciousness. Going to recover by picking up where I left off in Ursula le Guin's Lavinia
, which will hopefully remain largely linear and singular.