What’s everyone reading this weekend?
حياة قلم a book called the life of a pen
Let Me Lie by Clare Mackintosh . Then hopefully leaving for the beach on Sunday where I plan to get lots of reading and sunburn.
The Bell Jar 🤓
I liked it..sad though
@Paula I just started it. I think I will like it.
The Party Elizabeth Day
Death is not enough by Karen Rose
It usually isn’t 😞😏
The death and life of Superman
Charlotte’s Web. 🙂
The Book Thief
Still reading this. Should finish it today
Is it good?
@Jessica it is good. It started out slow. I usually finish a book in 2 days. This one has taken me all week.
Pretty good book
Love’s Unfolding Dream book 6.
Scarpetta series! Currently reading The Bone Bed!
A gathering of secrets
The Alienist Caleb Carr
Funny, I am reading The Book Thief and that’s the book I stole. The Alienist
it’s so good!
Pirate Vishnu by Gigi Pandian. And on audio, L is for Lawless by Sue Grafton.
The president is missing
Men at Arms by Terry Pratchett, Gormenghast by Mervyn Peake and Palace of Glass by C. E. Bernard.
Gona spend whole day on girl on the train
The wife by alafair burke
I think I have this one
A head full of ghosts-Paul Tremblay
Oh like the title
Loved that book!
Finishing The Perfect Mother. I think I’m gonna read Grist Mill Road.
How is it??
Honestly it was just OK. I only give it a 3/5.
@Darla have you read anything by Paula Daly?
Not sure maybe!
That Kind of Mother by Rumaan Alam
A torch against the night by sabaa tahir
Imagine Me Gone, Adam Haslett
Finishing up I am watching you by Teresa Driscoll today! And maybe, hopefully, start the 2nd part to it! 😀
Gonna finish this and then I’m not sure what I’ll read next
Young Wives by Olivia Goldsmith
Two Family House – Linda Cohen
Final Girls by Riley Sager and Book of American Martyrs by Joyce Carol Oates
Final Girls is really good! Love joyce carol Oates but haven’t read Book of American Martyrs
I’m loving Final Girls so far! Martyrs is AMAZING. I’m floored by her writing. It’s 700 pages but I’m already 400 pages in — it flies by!
I’m reading When God was a Rabbit, not that impressed yet, and probably a Roald Dahl book to catch up on children’s fiction I’ve never read!
Missing Pieces by Heather Gudenkauf
How is it? On my short TBR list!
Really good so far.
Abide with Me by Elizabeth Strout
Is that book a new one? I’m not familiar with it.
@Sharron No 2006.
@Alicia Thanks for the info. Guess I’m behind on this author. What’s your favorite book of hers?
@Sharron Well it all began a few months ago as I was in the library, and this book titled ‘Anything Is Possible’ by Elizabeth Strout called out to me. So of course I checked it out and I was taken in by it! Right then I decided I would read more of her work. Right now I have this book mentioned in comment and 2 others of hers on deck, ‘Amy and Isabelle’ & ‘Olive Kitteridge’, I also read ‘My Name Is Lucy Barton’ by her. Great author in my opinion😊
I like her too. The first book I read was Olive Kitteridge. I have read Lucy Barton. I will now read the others😀
@Sharron Oh good, you’re familiar with her writing. I also remember there being one titled The Burgess Boys…..I think, lol. Anyway I’m glad I came across her works😊
Thunderhead by Neal Shusterman!
The Song of Achilles, and The Meg.
Satyajit Ray s small stories
A House Divided by Catherine Cookson
Giving The Goldfinch a go…stepping out of comfort zone
“Martin Bauman; or a Sure Thing” by David Leavitt, great read
I’m hoping to get some reading done with this book it’s been one of those weeks when I don’t have time to read so I’m hoping this week and I can get some reading done
hitler: hubris by sir ian kershaw
City of Hope (2nd in series).
Final girls by Riley Sager
“The death of Santini” by Pat Conroy and “Townie” by Andres Dubus III
It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover
The Husband’s secret by Liane Moriarty and Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro
Interview with the vampire by anne rice
Trying to finish “The Summer Before the War” before my book club meets Sunday afternoon. We don’t read the same book; we just get together and talk about what we’ve each been reading. 🙂
Just finished this one for the 2nd time.
I read all her books
You. Me. Everything.
Paper Menageire and Other Stories
Banners of Silk
Water from my Heart by Charles Martin
P.S. I Love You
The Assassination of the Archduke by Greg King and Sue Woolmans.
Danger danger! This list of books it’s danger to my bank account.lol Guys you”re giving me ideas.
I am reading this book called the Calculating Stars. It is really different but intriguing
The Girl from Venice
I just started Chloe Benjamin’s The Immortalists.
I read and liked that book very much!!!
Freedom™ by Daniel Suarez.
The Testament by John Grisham
@Paula fab book loving it
‘Her Mother’s Shadow’ by Diane Chamberlain
Today I read Summer In Eclipse Bay by Jayne Ann Krentz. Tomorrow I will read The Girl From Summer Hill by Jude Deveraux
All is Not Forgotten by Wendy Walker
Ooooh I loved that one!
Still, The Death of Mrs. Westaway, and Death With All the Trimmings. Ruth Ware and Lucy Burdette, respectivelly.
Lost Mars, the Golden Age of the Red Planet, edited by Mike Ashley.
Annihilation by Jeff Vandermeer
Absolutely nothing! I’m so tired from work and I just want to play with my kiddos.
A book of stories by Elizabeth George, a novel called There There, and Death of a She Devil by Fay Weldon.
Simmer and the cruel prince
City kid Book of Fate
Cardboard by Doug TenNapel- assigned for my Children’s Literature course
Memory Man by David Baldacci
Finishing this up tonight hopefully
Second reading of the Dresden Files series (Jim Butcher) atm reading White Night
I am re~reading: Sleeping Beauties by Stephen King & Owen & A Head Full of Ghosts by Paul Tremblay📚
Did you like sleeping beauties?
@Jennifer I did x
Girl Last Seen by Nina Laurin. Good so far.
The Night Train at Deoli by Ruskin Bond
My Dear Hamilton
In the middle of a biography of Jim Jones and the People’s Temple cult. A fascinating and chilling view of how people can be seduced by charisma and surrender their objectivity. Also reading a biography of H.G. Wells. He was not a particularly nice person. Both him and Jones were sex addicts and had very little regard for the feelings of the women (or in Jones’s case men as well) they conquer and discard once they tire of them. Sometimes reading a biography opens a Pandora’s Box of information that may taint one’s opinion.
Which Jim Jones bio?
@Wils It’s titled The Road to Jonestown. Just recently published.
Yes. I enjoyed that one. Another one from years ago The Raven.
@Wils I’ll eventually get to that one some time. It is a grim story and have to space these books out. It gets too depressing. I’ve read a few by survivors of the cult. I am interested in the psychology of people who fall into cults and seem to loose their perspective and ultimately their individuality. In all these cult situations I feel more for the children who had no other choice unlike the adults who were there of their own free will.
One of us is lying
By whom? Would like to read.
Day of the Triffids
Alice by Christina Henry (I think that’s the right surname!)
How is it
@Alexandria I’m only a couple of chapters in, but so far so good. It’s pretty dark. 🙂
@Jänet I have a couple of her books & I’m planning to read mermaid next
I picked that up in Waterstones earlier. It sounds good. Will see how this one is first though. 🙂
@Jänet I have red queen and Alice to read and then mermaid. The mermaid is already downloaded on my kindle so I’ll probably read it first.
@Alexandria I expect you know, but Alice comes before The Red Queen 🙂
Jänet Sutton yes ma’am that’s why I’ve gotten both books. They kind of sound like a retelling of Alice through the looking glass
Appointment with death by Agatha Christie
The Christmas Cookie Shop by Ginny Baird
The Burning Chambers, by Kate Mosse
Just completed Power Play by Danielle Steel. And I’m here wondering ”how could it end like that?”….
The Upside of Unrequited
I am warming up to books by Louise Penny. I think she is an acquired taste. I am reading A Fatal Grace. 2nd book in her “series”.
2nd book to the house of night by pc cast
I will finally finish the extremely chunky Letters of Sylvia Plath! 1400 + pages.
The Cruelest Month by Louise Penny
Not without my daughter by Betty Mehmoody
Sita by Devdutt Pattanaik
Listening to The bookshop of Yesterdays by: Amy Meyerson and reading The Stand by: Stephen King
Witchmark, C.L Polk.
All the crooked saints. By. Maggie Stievater. 2nd time. Sooooo good
all the bright places by jennifer nien
Virgin Soil by Turgenev
The Geometry of Sisters
And, I just finished The Great Alone and can’t stop thinking about it…
I was approved on Netgalley to read Sadie by Courtney Summers
What’s it about
@Jakki oh lord this just went on my TBR
Desert Sojourn, A Woman’s Forty Days and Nights Alone in the Desert. She needed “time to herself” and was trucked into the Great Salt Lake Desert in the heart of winter without phone or weapon, just her journal, pens, food and water. The second night there a freak blizzard hit and buried her alive.
Aside from some much-awaited M/M historical romance titles, I’m also reading the biography Empress: The Astonishing Life of Nur Jahan by Ruby Lal.
The End Games
August Snow by Stephen Mack Jones.
I just bought The First Confessor by Terry Goodkind
The Book Thief. The best!
Trying to finish A Court of Wings and Ruin
Brave new world :3
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