Special thanks to Michael Demers for pointing this out.
Solesmes has published the complete Benedictine Office of Readings for the Monastic Liturgy of the Hours in a six volume Latin-French edition.
According to Mr. Demers, this set is on a two year cycle - a feature long promised in the Roman edition but, so far as I know, only present in one of the Spanish editions. Accordingly, Mr. Demers has adopted this set for his personal recitation of the readings.
I would be interested in seeing a full review of this set.
The modern Latin liturgy isn't going away and it is the dominant liturgy in the West. There are times I am reminded that one may make more of an impression and yield greater influence if one readily implements the mainstream options available. Micheal's blog is appropriately devoted to the modern Latin liturgy (Mass and Office). He treats the Pauline liturgy as we Westerners ought to treat liturgy in general - as something received and formative of the person (lex orandi and all). I fear that I for one often lose sight of this; sadly, liturgical criticism, though a valid intellectual exercise, has never been known to do much for the soul.