I'm looking for anything by T.Coraghessan Boyle, no matter if short stories or novels.
In trade I can offer:
- "What We Have Lost" by Graydon Carter, editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair; 338 pages. "How the Bush administration has curtailed freedoms, ravaged the environment and damaged America and the world."
- "Guantanamo" - my journey - by David Hicks; 456 pages. The story of a young Australian who was deemed a terrorist and imprisoned in Guantanamo Bay. "D.H.'s story of endurance through injustice is one that every Australian should hear."
- "Reconciliation" by Benazir Bhutto, 328 pages. "Islam, Democracy & the West." - Written shortly before she was killed by extremists.
All three books are hardcovers and in as new condition.
Paperback: "Wild Swans" by Jung Chan, 690 pages. "Three daughters of China." Winner of the 1992 NCR Book Award and the British Book of the Year Award. "Immensely moving and unsettling; an unforgettable portrait of the brain-death of a nation." Sunday Times.
Anything by Flann O'Brien would do, too.
"Joe had been explaining things in the meantime. He said it was again the beginning of the unfinished, the re-discovery of the familiar, the re-experience of the already suffered, the fresh-forgetting of the unremembered. Hell goes round and round. In shape it is circular and by nature it is interminable, repetitive and very nearly unbearable." - Flann O'Brien: The Third Policeman
i've got Descent of Man and Other Stories but i'm not keen on any swap as i'm going to be offloading most of my books and going electronic (i'm tired of owning...things). i'd let it go for cash (used book store prices).
will have a list up in the next month or so of stuff i'm looking to sell if anyone's interested.
Imodium can't stop me.