1. "Willful Disregard" by Lena Andersson
    This was very, very, very good.
  2. "Bright Scythe" by Tomas Tranströmer
    This is a poetry collection. I did not understand a lot of the poems, but I think I liked them. If I were to reread any book, it would be this one.
  3. "In Cold Blood" by Truman Capote
  4. "Death Is Not An Option" by Suzanne Rivecca
    The same story, told over and over again.
  5. "The Collector" by John Fowles
    Ugh, Fowles bums me out so much.
  6. "The Door" by Magda Szabó
    This gave me nightmares.
  7. "The Empty Space" by Peter Brook
    Apart from being written by one of the great directors of Shakespeare, it's also a really interesting look at how to manage groups.
  8. "Fathers and Sons" by Ivan Turgenev
    Russians in the 19th century had a lot of feelings!