Books read in 2018

January
Never Let Me Go (Kazuo Ishiguro; 2005. Fiction.)
An Enemy of the People (Henrikson Ibsen; 1882. Drama.)
The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning (Margareta Magnusson; 2018. Non-fiction.)
The Perfect Nanny (Leila Sliman; 2018. Fiction.)
Saga, Volume 8 (Brian Vaughan; 2018. Graphic fiction.)
Postal, Volume 6 (Bryan Hill; 2018. Graphic fiction.)
Bitch Planet: Triple Feature, Volume 1 (Kelly Sue DeConnick; 2017. Graphic fiction.)
Descender, Volume 5: Rise of the Robots (Jeff Lemire; 2018. Graphic fiction.)
Disappearance at Devil’s Rock (Paul Tremblay; 2016. Fiction.)
Fire and Fury (Michael Wolff; 2018. Non-fiction.)
You Deserve Nothing (Alexander Maksik; 2011. Fiction.)
The Woman in the Window (A.J. Finn; 2017. Fiction.)
Inheritors (Susan Glaspell; 1921. Drama.)

February
Killers of the Flower Moon (Dan Grann; 2017. Non-fiction.)
Shelter in Place (Alexander Maksik; 2016. Fiction.)
Childhood’s End (Arthur C. Clarke; 1953. Fiction.)
Landscape with Invisible Hand (M.T. Anderson; 2017. Fiction.)
Emilie (Lauren Gunderson; 2010. Drama.)
Memento Mori (Muriel Spark; 1959. Fiction.)
Alive, Alive Oh! (Diana Athill; 2016. Non-fiction.)

March
Briggs Land, Volume 2: Lone Wolves (Brian Wood; 2018. Graphic fiction.)
Dead People Suck (Laurie Kilmartin; 2018. Non-fiction.)
Instead of a Letter (Diana Athill; 1962. Non-fiction.)
The Walking Dead, Volume 29: Lines We Cross (Robert Kirkman; 2018. Graphic fiction.)
A Moon for the Misbegotten (Eugene O’Neill; 1947. Drama.)
Mary Stuart (Friedrich Schiller; 1800. (Trans. Peter Oswald; 2006.) Drama.)
Educated (Tara Westover; 2018. Non-fiction.)
Candide (Voltaire; 1759. (Trans. John Butt; 1947.) Fiction.)
hang (debbie tucker green; 2015. Drama.)
Dying (Cory Taylor; 2016. Non-fiction.)
The Reapers Are the Angels (Alden Bell; 2010. Fiction.)
Injection, Vol. 3 (Warren Ellis; 2017. Graphic fiction.)
Letter 44, Vol. 5: Blueshift (Charles Soule; 2017. Graphic fiction.)
Letter 44, Vol. 6: The End (Charles Soule; 2018. Graphic fiction.)
Exit West (Mohsin Hamid; 2017. Fiction.)

April
Little Fires Everywhere (Celeste Ng; 2017. Fiction.)
Everything I Never Told You (Celeste Ng; 2014. Fiction.)
Black Hammer, Vol. 1: The End (Jeff Lemire; 2017. Graphic fiction.)
The Female Persuasion (Meg Wolitzer; 2018. Fiction.)
If We Were Villians (M.L. Rio; 2017. Fiction.)
American Kingpin (Nick Bilton; 2017. Non-fiction.)
Fractured (Catherine McKenzie; 2016. Fiction.)
Harmony (Carolyn Parkhurst; 2016. Fiction.)
Lazarus X+66: The End (Greg Rucka; 2018. Graphic fiction.)
An Abbreviated Life (Ariel Leve; 2016. Non-fiction.)
With or Without You (Domenica Ruta; 2013. Non-fiction.)

May
I’m Supposed to Protect You from All This (Nadja Spiegelman; 2016. Non-fiction.)
I’ll Be Gone in the Dark (Michelle McNamara; 2018. Non-fiction.)
A Higher Loyalty (James Comey; 2018. Non-fiction.)
The Rules Do Not Apply (Ariel Levy; 2017. Non-fiction.)
After the Eclipse (Sarah Perry; 2017. Non-fiction.)
The Best We Could Do (Thi Bui; 2017. Graphic non-fiction.)
The Perfect Mother (Aimee Molloy; 2018. Fiction.)

June
Red Clocks (Leni Zumas; 2018. Fiction.)
Daytripper (Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá; 2011. Graphic fiction.)
Mrs. Caliban (Rachel Ingalls; 1983. Fiction.)
Suddenly, Last Summer (Tennessee Williams; 1958. Drama.)
Sometimes I Lie (Alice Feeney; 2017. Fiction.)
Buried Child (Sam Shepherd; 1978. Drama.)
The Idealist: Aaron Swartz and the Rise of Free Culture on the Internet (Justin Peters; 2016. Non-fiction.)
Behold the Dreamers (Imbolo Mbue; 2016. Fiction.)
Macbeth (William Shakespeare; 1606. Drama.)
Royal City, Vol. 2: Sonic Youth (Jeff Lemire; 2017. Graphic fiction.)
Sorry to Disrupt the Peace (Patty Yumi Cottrell; 2017. Fiction.)
Macbeth (Hogarth Shakespeare) (Jo Nesbø; 2018. Fiction.)
Hamlet (William Shakespeare; 1602. Drama.)
The Lying Game (Ruth Ware; 2017. Fiction.)
The Hole (Hye-young Pyun; 2017. Fiction.)

July
Papergirls, Vol. 4 (Brian K. Vaughan; 2018. Graphic fiction.)
Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned (Brian K. Vaughan; 2003. Graphic fiction.)
The Cabin at the End of the World (Paul Tremblay; 2018. Fiction.)
Bel Canto (Ann Patchett; 2001. Fiction.)
Victims of Duty (Eugène Ionesco; 1953. Drama.)