Monday, February 6, 2012

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?


What I Finished Last Week

Whew! I'm finally finished.
Here's my review:

A religious cult.
A man ceaselessly knocking on doors to collect fees for tv usage.
The Little People. Two moons.
A dowager. A private investigator. A...more

What I Might Read Next

I want to buy something for my Kindle
to take with me on my trip this week.
Something that I will love.
Do you have any suggestions for me?

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What are you reading today?!

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  1. I really should read that one :) Have a great week! And yeah, although it started a little slow, the Night Circus is great so far, so I recommend you to read it.

  2. I'm sure you've probably already read When She Woke...I have that on my Kindle and loved it.

    Isn't it fun packing your library in one device?

    Enjoy your week.

    Here's MY MONDAY MEMES POST - and if you’re interested, here’s

  3. 1Q84 has been very hit or miss with people. I haven't had a chance to read it, but the people I work with either loved it or hated it. Busy reading week! :) Have a great one!

  4. I see that you rated Forgotten Country with four stars. I just received it so I can't wait to read it now.

    Since our tastes are so similar, I'm going to recommend How Georgia Became O'Keefe by Karen Karbo. I'm reading it right now and it's like having a conversation with a good friend about a famous painter.

    Have a great week.

  5. Hope you find something wonderful to read for your trip. Have a good time.

  6. I would definitely recommend The Vanishing Game which is on Netgalley but is released on the 14th Feb it's such a thrilling book with loads of twists and turns

  7. Natasha, I'm off to add that book to my list. You and I always seem to agree on books!

  8. Wow, congrats on finishing 1Q84! I'm too intimidated by the size to go anywhere near it :-)

  9. My 17yr nephew is reading 1Q84. And he's not a reader. He's a gamer/coder. He's the kid who when assigned a book review in school will go online and find a good summary and write his review based on it. So his Mom was shocked when he up and order the brand new hardback from Amazon with his own money after reading a free 40 page preview on line.

    I got in the library queue for it last fall but my turn came during the holiday season and after reading a couple pages I realized it would be worse to read further only to have to give it up unfinished than to give it up immediately.

    Plus that book was so physically heavy and the print so small! I now have an e copy on my netbook. But I've been so busy with review copies since December I've not had a chance to get to it.

    As for reccomendations: the three most amazing books I've read recently were The Night Circus; The Child Thief; and The Tiger's Wife.

    I've got two ebook giveaways open this week.


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