Ghosts sounds fine to me. And, indeed, we might be able to squeeze a second book in there. If you (or I suppose any of us) has a suggestion for a short novel or novella, we might "piggy-back" on Ghosts. Or, of course, a second Aira, if you'd like.
: I have no problem with Lincoln in the Bardo.
: I've read Herzog, and while I'd have no
: problem rereading it, my copy is in
: Mississippi. How about Ravelstein instead?
: My first nomination is Ghosts by Cesar Aira.
: I always like to hold my second.
: Aira's books are so short, we could read a
: second in that slot if we like the first. I
: have read one, An Episode in the Life of a
: Landscape Painter, and liked it pretty well.
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