Here now, reviews of the books I've read since I last wrote a full review, in order, all in 25 words or less. Why not?
In case you're easily confused: Book - Author - Words
The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle - Haruki Murakami - Murakami is the man. Now if only someone would return Kafka on the Shore to the library. You should read this book.
Lost in the Funhouse - John Barth - Connected short stories, all about writing said stories. Witty, frustrating, and better than the premise sounds.
Great Days - Donald Barthelme - More of the same from the master of the modern short story. But before trying this book, read 'The School', the best short story ever.
You Bright and Risen Angels - A completely insane and madcap telling of the war between bugs and electricity. Insects or computer glitches? Who cares if it's this much fun?
What I Talk About When I Talk About Running - Murakami - I can't read when I run, so I don't. Run, that is.
And with that tossed-off bit above, we're up to date. Hooray and stuff!