I finished A Horse Walks into a Bar, which I liked but I had a hard time connecting with it. I'm going to try the audio, which I've heard some people say works well, as soon as I can scare up a copy. And I lost my copy of Jane Austen at Home; I hope whoever found it at the gym is enjoying it. I'll be sad until the paperback comes out. I don't want to wreck a hardcover by taking it on the stationary bike, but I would like to finish it at some point. (I had been reading a galley copy.)
Anyway so that leaves this week's current reads, starting with Cesar Aira's The Little Buddhist Monk and The Proof, two novellas for the price of one. It's fun. I love Aira.
On the nightstand I'm still working my way through In The Land of Invented Languages and The Golden House. Both are fun in their own ways. I'm going to have more to say about them later.
And at the gym? I don't know what I'm going to pick next. What are you reading this week?