Wan Phing Lim

Writer . Editor . Author

Films & Books 2019

In 2019, I watched a total of eight films in the cinema and read a total of 37 books. The author I read most was Patricia Highsmith, as I had tried to complete buying all her books on Book Depository. This year I read many classics and plays, and I particularly enjoyed my Shakespeares and my Millers. I read some poetry and essays, and I didn’t read as much non-fiction this year. Here’s onwards to 2020!

Films
1) The Knight of Shadows: Between Yin and Yang – GSC, Gurney Plaza (Feb)
2) Captain Marvel – MBO, Starling (Mar)
3) Avengers: Endgame – Filmgarde, Bugis+ (May)
4) X-Men: Dark Phoenix – GSC, Summit (June)
5) Joker – MBO, Starling (Oct)
6) Terminator: Dark Fate – GSC, Summit (Oct)
7) Frozen 2 – MBO, Subang Parade (Dec)
8) Cats – GSC, Gurney Plaza (Dec)

Vintage Highsmiths to transport me to Highsmith-land

Books
1) The Cry of the Owl by Patricia Highsmith (Jan)
2) Tenderness; Poems by Joyce Carol Oates (Jan)
3) Inferno by Dante Alighieri (Feb)
4) Sense and Sensuality: Jesus Talks to Oscar Wilde on the Pursuit of Pleasure by Ravi Zacharias (Mar)
5) Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller (Mar)
6) The Boy in the Earth by Fuminori Nakamura (Mar)
7) Disgrace by J.M. Coetzee (Mar)
8) Edith’s Diary by Patricia Highsmith (Apr)
9) Chin Up by Kenneth Chin (Apr)
10) We, The Survivors by Tash Aw (Apr)
11) God is More than Enough by Tony Evans (Apr)
12) Transformation by Mary Shelley (Apr)
13) Ten by J.John (Apr)
14) The Blunderer by Patricia Highsmith (Apr)
15) Parables, Prophets and Pillocks by Cecil Rajendra (May)
16) Be a People Person; Effective Leadership Through Interpersonal Relationship by John C. Maxwell (May)
17) On Chesil Beach by Ian McEwan (June)
18) Elevation by Stephen King (June)
19) Othello by William Shakespeare (June)
20) Elephants Can Remember by Agatha Christie (Aug)
21) The Crucible by Arthur Miller (Aug)
22) The Seagull by Anton Chekhov (Aug)
23) Dangerous Territory: My Misguided Quest to Save the World by Amy Peterson (Aug)
24) Merrick by Anne Rice (Sept)
25) Life and Death by Stephenie Meyer (Oct)
26) Deep Water by Patricia Highsmith (Oct)
27) Big Fish by Daniel Wallace (Oct)
28) Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare (Oct)
29) Peneka Silang Kata by T. Alias Taib (Nov)
30) Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee (Nov)
31) Some Thoughts on the Common Toad by George Orwell (Dec)
32) Together Alive: Rediscovering community living in God’s family by Lam Kuo Yung (Dec)
33) People Who Knock on the Door by Patricia Highsmith (Dec)
34) Hiding from Love by Dr. John Townsend (Dec)
35) Point Omega by Don DeLillo (Dec)
36) Tales of the Greek Heroes by Roger Lancelyn Green (Dec)
37) Christ the Lord; The Road to Cana by Anne Rice (Dec)

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