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The Bone Clocks – David Mitchell

Click here to go to the Amazon page of this book. One more David Mitchell book has been read, this one, maybe even his greatest. When i began reading David’s books it was simply because of the furore generated by the film, ‘Cloud Atlas’. With all the expense, $102 million budget, it seemed worth it read more »

The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet – David Mitchell

Click here to go to the Amazon page of this book. And onto David Mitchell’s fifth book… It’s certainly a change from his other books, being based in Japan at the end of the 18 Century at the Dutch East India Company’s island/trading post, Dejima. When the Shoguns closed Japan to westerners they left Dejima read more »

Black Swan Green – David Mitchell

Click here to go to the Amazon page of this book. One more book by David Mitchell that i just finished. This book is definitely different to his first three books in that it’s semi auto-biographical. David is a stammerer and uses this book as his kind of coming out statement by creating a protagonist, read more »

Cloud Atlas – David Mitchell

Click here to go to the Amazon page of this book. All i can say is if you’ve watched the film and haven’t read the book then you’re missing out on something special. Go read the book, the film is utter shite. For those who don’t know, the book is a set of six short read more »

number9dream – David Mitchell

Click here to go to the Amazon page of this book. Yet another great book from David Mitchell. This story has us following a young Japanese man, Eiji Miyake, looking for his father through Tokyo’s twists and turns. Eiji has never met his father as he is the child of one of his father’s affairs. read more »

Ghostwritten – David Mitchell

Click here to go to the Amazon page of this book. David Mitchell’s first book, and what a masterpiece of a short story collection it is. I’ve now got ‘Number9Dream’, also by David, lined up, then i plan to read the rest of David’s books in order and when David’s added a few more to read more »