I need a real good book to read, ready go..I need a real good book to read, ready go… Tina #recommend
The Night Circus!
A Woman in the Window, An Unwanted Guest, Gender Game, The Testing or The Jeremy Logan series by Lincoln Child my top 5 for this year
the music shop by rachel joyce…my go to recommendation book
Mr. Penumbra’s 24 Hour Bookshop
@Hayley I like humorous, murder, real, fiction, books that keep my attention and I can’t put the book down.
I mostly read YA lately.
@Hayley what is ya
Young adult I like those too
Buddha in the Attic by Julie Otsuka
The Dream Daughter, Becoming, The Anonymous Girl, The
School for Unwanted Girls.
I would say the best book I’d read this year (aside from my own) had to be “Head Full Of Ghosts”.
@Rick what’s your books.
The Unicorn Horn, I’m expecting the sequel out early 2019. It’s a YA fantasy similar to Harry Potter or Narnia.
Cassandra Clare, Elle Carey.
All the light we cannot see
YES, NEW CLASSIC WORK
The Air You Breathe by
Frances de Pontes Peebles
The Nightingale- Kristin Hannah
A gentleman in Moscow
I like crime thrillers and have recently enjoyed some very good books by Scandanavian authors, Jo Nesbo, Henning Mankell and Mons Kallentoft but have just finished a great book by the Islandic author Yrsa Sigurdardottir called “Why did you lie?” fantastic read and great twist at the end. Well worth a read.
@Steve I can’t find “why did you lie?”
@Tina . Hi I double checked the title it is “Why Did You Lie?” by Yrsa Sigurdardottir and published by Hodder & Stoughton. Good Luck.
If you’re looking for a warm book full of great characters, the book I just finished Virgil Wander (that’s the title, not the author) would fit the bill. Small town doings. The book, I Am I Am I Am was a wonderful book that read kind of like short stories as the author recounts 17 times she could have died. Sounds depressing but it isn’t. Everyone I’ve recommended it to loved it.
The Clockmakers Daughter by Kate Morton
Hard Cider by @Barbara
The Sewing Machine by Natalie Fergie. Unexpectedly good!
The View From Here by Lynne Hinton and Circe by Madeline Miller
@Stephanie I loved Circe! Have you read Song of Achilles?
Yes!! Just as great!!
Thank you everyone.