Monthly Archive: June, 2013

The Expats by Chris Pavone

Brief Summary Kate Moore had quite a past as a C.I.A. operative, but now, with two kids, she’s trying to settle down. But when her husband decides to move them to Luxemburg, her… Continue reading

The Dinner by Herman Koch

Brief Summary: Two couples come together at a dinner to discuss the morally disconcerting actions of their children, and end up tasting the darkness of their own souls in the process. The Tsundoku… Continue reading

Seashells, Gator Bones, and the Church of Everlasting Liability by Susan Adger

Brief Summary: From the scraps of paper found in an old, Great Depression Floridian town called Toad Springs, Susan Adger weaves the tales of the town’s inhabitants throughout the years. From the new… Continue reading

Hello!

I suppose I had better begin by explaining why we have a Japanese word as the title of a site that is entirely in English. A tsundoku (積ん読) is a Japanese pun which… Continue reading