June Rewind

Looking back over five years of Junes, the theme is ‘solid but not outstanding’ (with the exception of my 2012 pick, which I really loved). The rewind

2012: Heft by Liz Moore – lots to love in this story.

2013: Big Brother by Lionel Shriver – for its ‘What the hell?!’ ending.

2014: Tell the Wolves I’m Home by Carol Rifka Brunt – so many themes, so beautifully explored.

2015: Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal – a clever foodie novel.

2016: The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert – surprising after the dog’s breakfast that was EPL.

2017: A Line Made by Walking by Sara Baume – dark.


10 responses

  1. Tell The Wolves I’m Home was so beautiful! I’m probably due for a reread. I love this re-wind concept! Mind if I copy??? (Imitation is the highest form of flattery…)

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