What are you reading tonight??♥️?❤️?♥️?❤️?♥️?❤️What are you reading tonight??♥️?❤️?♥️?❤️?♥️?❤️ Daniel #questionnaire
Where’d you go Bernadette?
Didn’t care for it, but know others who did. Enjoy!
Beneath a Scarlet Sky
Riders. I read Jilly Cooper’s latest novel and it made me want to re-read all her others.
All Rights Reserved
All the King’s Men by Robert Penn Warren
Birdsong by Sebastian Faulks
East of Eden — John Steinbeck
What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriatry
The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin
It was a page-turner, but really didn’t care for it.
The Outsider – Stephen King
Im listening to this right now.
It’s got a good creep factor! I’m about 2/3 done. Can’t wait to see how it ends!
The Passage by Justin Cronin
I have that. Haven’t read it. Is it good?
@Leanne Yes it is! I’m really enjoying. The story is well written and hasn’t lagged at all yet. It’s the first in a trilogy. I’m not a fast reader so it will take me a while to finish
The Butcher by Jennifer Hillier
Guns, germs, and steel.
Adore this book!!!
Im halfway through it and really loving it so far
One of my all-time favorites.
Eeny Meeny by M.J. Arlidge
Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter. Someone had recommended her and so far liking her style.
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
Wrecked me emotionally, so so so good.
The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah
So good so far! I’m only about 200 pages in and I can already feel that this is going to be my favorite book of the year.
Just finished this…so good.
The haunting of Rookward House by Darcy Coates
The German Girl
I’m 100 pages into “The Glass Ocean”, historical fiction about the sinking of the Lusitania during WWII. Loving it so far!
What Happened – Hillary Rodham Clinton
The woman in cabin 10- Ruth Ware
@Daniel I just started it. I hope it’s as good as I was told it was.
@Kristina Let me know.
The chalk man
For my in-person book club.
Loved this one!
I really like her books.
I hope to finish The Underground Railroad . Good book.
Girl wash your face
Puddin’ Just finished Dumplin’ great YA reading. ?
I just purchased both of those for my library. Interested to see how students like them.
@Leslie have you read them? I devoured them, lol.
No, @Traci I haven’t but I’m the school and public librarian and try to stay up on what’s new – these looked good – especially since we’re in Texas!
@Leslie sounds like you have a great job! I’m jealous!! The books are so wonderful and I’m excited to see how the movie based on Dumplin’ turns out.
I really liked it Dyanne, once I got into the groove of the author’s back and forth writing. I predict a movie will be made from this book.
I’m at a point where my heart is breaking.
The woman in cabin 10
I’m reading Pillars of the Earth
Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
Loved the trilogy. Could. Not. Put. Down.
I agree with Julie – as addictive as potato chips!
A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian by Marina Lewycka
Serpent’s Kiss- Witches of East End
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. I’m referencing it as I copyedit tonight.
So maybe that really means I should say I’m reading a paper on acceptance of use for recycled water. At this point in the copyedit it’s even a reread! :p
Casting a spell
The Beautiful Mystery
@Daniel i can’t see those. I see an alien head in a square.
@Susan it’s a butterfly. To show I like your post.
I love that you’re doing flowers and butterflies instead of the usual likes!
Scientific articles about thermal tolerance and fatty acids… !
Finishing 90 Minutes in Heaven
The Jungle – Upton Sinclair
Read it once for a class and then again on my own. Really great book.
Beautiful Exiles by Meg Waite Clayton
The Alice Network
It was riveting!
Sourdough, by Robin Sloan
The Tuscan Child by Rhys Bowen
American Gods by Neil Gaiman
Did you see season 1 of this on Starz channel?
@Jody – I’m waiting to read it first!!
Seeing Red by Sandra Brown
Still Life by Louise Penny
The Ringmaster Wife
Traveling Mercies by Anne Lamott
The Bear and the Nightingale, it’s so good I might try and read some before tonight as well
The hating game
The Crush by Sandra Brown.
Great book! I love Sandra. Brown
@Jody , I haven’t read much of her work yet.
She’s one of my favorites
The History of Love ☺️ Thanks @Cecilia❤️❤️❤️
You’re welcome babe. I will always feed your book addiction.
The Beekeeper’s Promise by Fiona Valpy
QB: My Life Behind the Spiral by Steve Young
Next Year in Havana by Chanel Cheeton.
Dark Places by Gillian Flynn
The South Side: A Portrait Of Chicago And American Segregation by Natalie Y. Moore
Making a note of this!
@Brittney it’s a compelling read…she intersperses personal stories among the statistics.
offically on my TBR list. Thanks!
EAST END TALES by Gilda O’Neill
Anthills on the Savannah by Chinua Achebe
“Farther Afield”…MIss Read
Just started Michelle McNamara’s I’ll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman’s Obsessive Search for.the haunting true story of the elusive serial rapist turned murderer who terrorized California during the 70s to the mid-80s.
A Year of Extraordinary Moments by Bette Lee Crosby on Kindle and The Secret Keeper by Kate Morton when my Kindle is charging.
2 books, Elephant Company and Einstein. Both good reads.
Vinegar Girl by Anne Tyler
@Laura loving it!
@Geeti, I picked it up without knowing at first it was a modern retelling of Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew – I thought it was a terrific adaptation. But not surprising, I love all of Anne Tyler’s work!
@Laura ditto! Picked it up as I really love Anne Tyler and then learned about Hogarth Shakespeare and now plan to read as many as I can get my greedy hands on.
@Geeti, me too!
just finished The Man in the High Tower. Did not like.
Wings of Glass by Gina Holmes
The Bookshop at Water’s End by Patti Callahan Henry!
@Minda I have this, is it good?
@Sue, I’m almost done and I’m not sure. It has really help my interest. Ending may be getting a little too ” out there”.
Charles Swindoll’s Intimacy with the Almighty.
The Death of Mrs Westaway
That’s a great read!
We Were The Lucky Ones
Chernobyl-The History of a Nuclear Catastrophe ?
Little Black Lies by Sandra Block
Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
An Irish Country Christmas by Patrick Taylor, Just finished Something in the Water, by Catherine Steadman
Bob Woodward’s Fear
Earning the Rockies
A Lesson In Secrets by Jacqueline Winspear
That’s a great book!
A Man Called Ove
Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow.”
The Woman Who Would Be King
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine
@Marge me too! ?
I’m reading IT. I’d seen the old movie or mini series-can’t remember which it was —so silly me; I never got around to reading IT but, on my stars, the depth and intensity of the book towers to the comparison.
All our yesterdays
November Road by Lou Berney
Breathless by Dean Knootz and prodigal son by him also
Lending a Paw by Laurie Cass
Cherry by Nico Walker
Finishing last pages of educated by Tara Westover.. What a great book
Down a Dark Hall by Lois Duncan
I’m really trying to get into The House Of Broken Angels.
Pieces of Her – Karin Slaughter
Crucible of Gold – Naomi Novik
Just finished – A Thousand Splendid Suns- Gonna start – The Bookshop on the Corner
@Maryann loved a thousand splendid Suns
@Nancy yes i enjoyed it and I loved the Kite Runner!
@Maryann me too
The Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell by Robert Dugoni. (I haven’t been hooked yet though. I’m hoping something substantial to bite is coming up soon. I sometimes think I have an attention deficit disorder.)
“Amity and Prosperity: One Family and the Fracturing of America,” by Eliza Griswold. It’s about fracking and how lives have been ruined by it.
The skeleton haunts a house- Leigh Perry
Point of Origin Patricia Cornwell?
All the Missing Girls
This is a fantastic book – one I will remember and recommend for the rest of my life!
An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks
Why Don’t the Poor Rise Up?
Edited by Michael Truscello and Ajamu Nangwaya
My textbook for now
Where The Crawdads Sing by Delia @Owens
Just finished it – wow! ?
@Leslie just started this last night but fell asleep early ?
Not real exciting at first is it, Katt?
@Leslie I have read half now and like it ?
I’m sitting in my car outside of a meeting listening, procrastinating going in ?
@Leslie you are listening to the audio version? Is it good?
Interesting book. Moving a little slowly but it’s appropriate for the content. I’m enjoying it.
I loved this book after it got going.
@Karen , good to know that it does get going.
The Couple Next Door
John Sandford’s Twisted Prey…
On my list!
Joyce Carol Oates’ Black Girl/White Girl
The Snowman, Jo Nesbo
Headed out to Graham Nash concert at the Stanley Hotel, Estes Park, CO.
The woman in the window
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
The Queens of Innis Lear
Might be my favorite King book.
A Secret Kept by Tatiana de Rosney
Times convert by Deborah Harkness
Secrets of six figure women
Cry, The Beloved Country by Alan Paton
That’s one of my all time favorites.
Conversations with friends
Fly Away -Kristen Hannah
Tales Of Terror-58 Short Stories Chosen By Alfred Hitchcock.
We were liars @Julie
The Woman in the Window
You Were Always Mine by Nicole Baart
The Bookman by Lavie Tidhare
The Mountain Between Us by Charles Martin
Severance- it is Excellent!
Perfectly Matched by Christina Cooper. LOL!
Winter in the blood. James Welch
The Merchant of Venice and Altered Carbon
Data and progress reports – I have an IEP to write. ??? But then, Good Omens by Pratchett and Gaiman, if I’m not too tired
@Andi don’t miss writing IEPs.im a retired special Ed tr
My daughter and I just finished reading “Ban this Book” by Alan Gratz. It was an enjoyable read for us. And, her first Battle of the Books read ❤️
Nicholson Baker is very hit or miss for me.
Just started Providence. Just finished The Woman in Cabin 10
@Leslie How was Monday?
@Leslie liked woman in cabin 10
@Leslie who is the author of Providence? There’s more than 1 book with same title
@Daniel I was sick all day with a feverf and spent the whole day in bed but I was happy I had books to read.
@Nancy Caroline Kepnes
@Leslie hope you feel better
Trail of Broken wings
Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro
@Maheswari on my list
Brother by David Chariandy
Born a Crime by Trevor Noah.
A Hunger Like No Other by Kresley Cole.
Pillars of the Earth
Just read that this summer; my first Follett. Enjoy.
The discovery of witches.?
Memed, my hawk by Yashar Kemal – a novel from Turkey – very interesting story that would be great to hear read.
Do Not Say We Have Nothing by Madeleine Thien
My Dear Hamilton
The Paris Wife
@Dawn good book
It was just okay for me. But I’m not a Hemingway fan, so I may be a bit prejudiced. ?
@Laura it was tough to get into, took me about 100 pages
The Silver Witch
The sun also rises AGAIN
Eeny Meeny by M.J. Arlidge. It is so good!
Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel. It’s our library’s citywide book read.
I am liking it so far.
My One True Loves
Only Child by Rhiannon Navin.
The Handmaid’s Tale. Honestly I just wanna be done with it.
@Nada can’t read it. Not with what’s going on in real life
Honestly I didn’t really relate like it was done when the series came out but it’s too twisted for my little brain. Plus I’m really no fan of destopian novels
Educated by Tara Westover. Amazing memoir!
@Lisa I finished that last week it was amazing! It’s the best book I’ve read all year.
I’m nearing the end. Heartbreaking what she went through. Discussing it at book club!
@Lisa I agree
Coming up for my book group soon
@Janice just finished it. It’s so well written.. sad but great
Just started Fellside by MR Carey. So far so good! I’m a sucker for amnesia story lines.
Lethal White by Robert Galbraith, aka JK Rowling.
Force of Nature by Jane Harper
America’s First Daughter by Stephanie Dray. A book club selection. I find the writing style annoying, and I’m struggling to stay interested. ? And it’s a long one, not sure I’ll make it through. I rarely quit books, but… Does anyone know if it’s worth it?
The master magician byCharlie Holmberg
Code Girls, by Liza Mundy. Excellent nonfiction book about US women codebreakers in WWII
Iron Gold by Pierce Brown
The secret life of Ceecee Wilkes by Diane
Little Beach Street Bakery
A Catered Affair by Sue Margolis
Battle for the beetle
The woman in the wood, Lesley Pearce.
@Robbie it is very!
This is Now!
The Goodbye Boyfriend
The Finnish Way by Kayla Pantzar
My contracts management book
The wise men’s f\ear