Very near the top of my giant list of authors whose books I want to read is Muriel Spark, one of Britain's finest 20th century novelists. So, when I caught sight of the Muriel Spark reading week, hosted by Stuck in a Book, it seemed like the perfect opportunity to get started.
So which of her books shall I read? Well, I have a vague notion that I'd like to read more prize-winning fiction generally, so I've got myself copies of her Booker-shortlisted novels, The Public Image, Loitering with Intent and The Driver's Seat. If there's still time after reading that lot, I guess I really ought to read The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, since it's acknowledged as her best. And if there's still time after that, I have a lovely hardback copy of A Far Cry from Kensington around here somewhere which might be nice to read.
So, no shortage of books to get through in a week! The Muriel Spark reading week starts on April 23rd and I'll post my reviews as normal as I finish each book.