What are we all currently reading?
The Reader by Bernhard Schlink
Women of the Grey box set by @Carol
@Annette ahhh my heart just did a flutter!
The Compound Effect and Rooster Bar
What Alicia forgot
The Memory of Butterflies by Grace Greene and The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson
Dial meow for murder by: Bethany blake
In One Person by John Irving
Several for me…. “Librarian of Auschwitz”, “Lilac Girls”, “Big Little Lies”, “Firefly Lane”, and “Nine Perfect Strangers”.
Looking forward to Nine Perfect Strangers…..
@Cara all good!
@Jacqueline Ive also read “Tattooist Of Auschwitz” and it was really good along with “The Nightingale”
of bone and blood nora roberts
Can’t wait….hasn’t arrived on our shores as yet.
About to start Alice by Christina Henry today
Becoming, year one and the secret garden
Children of Blood and Bone
Trying to finish Private Berlin by James Patterson.
I am reading the sequel to “The Meek” I am limited with how fast I can read it though, the author is kind of slow writing it. That @Amos can be pokey 😛
Becoming by Michelle Obama
@Polina, me too
I have been trying to get around to reading this little book for a while now..
An Amelia Peabody Novel – The Deeds of the Disturber – book 5
Strange the Dreamer
One Day in December by Josie Silver
The Odds, Stewart O’Nan
The Dark by James Herbert
Boy Erased by Gerrard Conley
I am listening to, beneath a scarlet sky! Listening to books is how I read because I am visually impaired for anyone who doesn’t know.
@Michael I listened to that one too. Sooooo satisfying!
@Jennifer it started out kind of slow for me, however, I don’t give up easy until I get threeforce or half the way through and then it got real intriguing to me!
@Connie I finished, Neath a scarlet sky today! The approximate reading time was over 15 hours, and I think I did it in under 12.
The forgotten garden by Kate Morton.
Nearly finished Urban Shaman by C.E. Murphy.
The Muse of Nightmares….and YES I’m 52 yrs old and LOVE IT!!!!!!
Hunger games again lol
On the Fence by Kasie West
Inning scared. Lisa Jackson
The Tattooist of Auschwitz
W.Bruce Cameron A Dogs Way Home
Daughter of the Pirate King
Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo!
The Rooster Bar by John Grisham
I loved that book ! John Grisham at his best !
@Mary I agree it is a good book!
The Shadows We hHide by Allen Eskens. Everything Ive read my him is great!
The Rule of One.
The book of dust by Phillip Pullman
Paradise City by Elizabeth Day.
Clive Cussler Night Probe
@Kas love anything by him. ????
@Sandy he’s a fantastic writer, I love his books, they never get boring
Say nothing by brad parks. Amamzing psych thriller
The Last to die, by Beverly Barton
A really good Agatha Christie novel
Coldbrook by Tim Lebbon
Pretty little liars and the hobbit
The Heart’s Invisible Furies by John Boyne
Bird Box Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee
The Library Book by @Susan
Second Foundation Isaac Asimov
Good As Gone by Douglas Corleone
HP and the goblet of fire
read the whole series over the summer. You will love it
Blackout by Ragnar Jonasson
The Three Secret Cities
Mr. Kiss and Tell, the second Veronica Mars novel.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
My son was reading that
Reading a new author Beneath the burning Sky. By Jenny Ashcroft. ????
The Rule of Thoughts by James Dashner.
The Fall of Lucifer
And Only to Deceive by Tasha Alexander
Primal Fear by William Diehl
Just started The Alice Network
All My Rivers Are Gone.
Who Do You Love – Jean Thompson
Just received notice that a copy of The Kingdom of the Blind by Louise Penny is waiting for me at the library. I know where I’m going tomorrow and what I’ll be reading. Perfect timing, as I am almost done with Barkskins.
In the middle of Godsgrave by Jay Kristoff & Written in my Own Heart’s Blood by Diana Gabaldon. Two very different books lol
“Gibraltar: The Greatest Siege in British History”
The Witch Elm by Tana French
I was reading Blood line but my daughter made me leave the book at her place since she hadn’t read it yet. (i pulled it off her shelf while visiting) i wish i’d just gone ahead and finished it; i was half way through.. its a great story. i love investigative puzzles, twists and turns.. (criminology, etc…)
Song of a war boy
Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas Shadowfever by Karen Moning
How is the book @Maria?
@Louiselle so far so good. Kinda makes me wanna reread ACOTAR series tbh, but it seems pretty good.
I don’t know about the book, but I love the cup.
while i am falling by Laura @Moriarty
Empire of storms by sarah j maas…trying to finish before jan 1
The big cat nap by Rita mae brown
The Ghost Files by Apryl Baker
All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
@Mary how is that? It’s on my to read list
Loving it! Almost finished now. Would definitely recommend it!
Rumpole of the Bailey, by John Mortimer, Letters of Pliny the Younger, Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, The Road To Little Dribbling, by Bill Bryson, The Dark Tourist by Dom Joly, Small Gods by Terry Pratchett and Enemies At Home by Lindsey Davis.
Sort of, yeah. All ongoing simultaneously. Some in paperback, some on Kindle, some in audio.
Nice. You keep yourself pretty occupied. Long live.
Right back atcha, @Jp. the irony is that my day-job is as an editor of other people’s books, and my biggest hobby is trying to write my own. So it’s books all ways up with me 😀 Happy days and groovy nights to you 😉
I might also read some more of The Lacuna.
@Ingela I bought the book but haven’t read it yet ?
Got it as a christmusgift
Disgrace by Coetzee
The Da Vinci Code
I’m not sure I should admit this… Christmas Wishes and Mistletoe Kisses by Jenny Hale What can I say? I’m still in the Hallmark Christmas movie mode.
The Teacher’s Bride Kathleen Fuller
The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend, by Katarina Bivald
barbara taylor bradford master of his fate is very gdx
Dinotopia, River Quest by John Vornholt
Finished Hillbilly Elegy and started Love and Ruin by Paula McClean-one of the last few TBR’s of 2018.
@Sally What was, hillbilly elegy, about police. Title, sounds interesting!
About to start a new book and I swore I had enough at home but came home with a bag full from the library. None of them are on my to be read list, but they all looked too good to leave at the library
I am still, waiting on 15 books, from the library for the blind sitting here watching full metal jacket, I discovered, and there is a book, I am going to order it next week.
Ways to hide in winter
November Road. ??
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee
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