Favorite Books of 2015
FAVORITE BOOKS OF 2015
2015 has been a strange year for me with a major move and the adjustments that entails. Less attention to reviewing books on my blog and to Challenges has been the result. But I have still read some incredible books. As always my choices are highly personal with more praise for books that meant something significant to me than any abstract literary ranking.
This year I have particularly appreciated books which fell between usual genre definitions, especially those which blended nonfiction and more creative approaches. As I struggle with my own aging, I have also read a few fine books on the topic; especially books by older authors like Penelope Lively and Isabel Allende.
See my blog Me, You, and Books for my reviews of favorite books.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY, MEMOIR, AND REFLECTIONS
The Mountain, by Drusilla Modjeska.