What are you going to read over the holidays?

Last year, the Reporter asked members of the McGill community what books were on their holiday reading list. Not surprisingly, the list was long and eclectic. In keeping with tradition, we’re asking McGillians to tell us what they plan on reading during the break.

leyendecker_001Last year, the Reporter asked members of the McGill community what books were on their holiday reading list. Not surprisingly, the last year’s list was long and eclectic, running the gamut from Neil Young’s autobiography to Anne Applebaum‘s 2013 Cundill Prize-winning Iron Curtain. In keeping with tradition, we’re asking McGillians to tell us what they plan on reading during the break. Send your personal reading list (along with your name and job title or, if you are a student, your year of study and program) to neale.mcdevitt@mcgill.ca. The list will be posted on the Reporter site sometime next week.

 

Comments on “What are you going to read over the holidays?”

  • Derek Cassoff

    In the interest of caving in to popular demand, and to just about every ‘Best of 2014’ list I have seen so far, I’ve got Anthony Doerr’s All The Light That You Cannot See cued up on the eReader. Because nothing says ‘Relaxing Holiday Read’ like a lyirical tome set amidst the ambers of World War II.

  • Hans Fallada’s ‘Wolf among Wolves’. I may also indulge in Marlon James’s ‘A Brief History of Seven Killings’, since it is sitting there just waiting to be read.

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