RED PLENTY is in some great company!
booksmatter:

My ever-changing TO REVIEW pile. Currently:
Hope: A Tragedy by Shalom Auslander. Riverhead Books, January 2012.Heft by Liz Moore. W.W. Norton, January 2012.The Ruins of Us by Keija Parssinen. Harper Perennial, January 2012.The Letter All Your Friends Have Written You by Caits Meissner and Tishon. Well&Often Press, January 2012.Other People We Married by Emma Straub. Re-release from Riverhead Books, February 2012.The Quiet Twin by Dan Vyleta. Bloomsbury, February 2012.Red Plenty by Francis Spufford. Graywolf Press, February 2012.Threats by Amelia Gray. Farrar, Straus & Giroux, February 2012.True by Riikka Pulkkinen. Other Press, March 2012.The Book of Khalid by Ameen Rihani. Re-publication from Melville House, March 2012.Getaway by Lisa Brackmann. Soho Press, May 2012. 

RED PLENTY is in some great company!

booksmatter:

My ever-changing TO REVIEW pile. Currently:

Hope: A Tragedy by Shalom Auslander. Riverhead Books, January 2012.
Heft by Liz Moore. W.W. Norton, January 2012.
The Ruins of Us by Keija Parssinen. Harper Perennial, January 2012.
The Letter All Your Friends Have Written You by Caits Meissner and Tishon. Well&Often Press, January 2012.
Other People We Married by Emma Straub. Re-release from Riverhead Books, February 2012.
The Quiet Twin by Dan Vyleta. Bloomsbury, February 2012.
Red Plenty by Francis Spufford. Graywolf Press, February 2012.
Threats by Amelia Gray. Farrar, Straus & Giroux, February 2012.
True by Riikka Pulkkinen. Other Press, March 2012.
The Book of Khalid by Ameen Rihani. Re-publication from Melville House, March 2012.
Getaway by Lisa Brackmann. Soho Press, May 2012.