Monday, May 17, 2010
It's Monday! What Are You Reading?
This fun weekly meme is hosted by Sheila @ One Person's Journey Through A World of Books. It is a great way to take a look at what you read in the past week, what you are currently reading, and to organize that huge TBR pile and decide what to read in the week ahead. It is also a great way to check out other blogs and see what other bloggers have read and what other readers are anticipating reading. Maybe you'll find something so interesting you'll have to put down your current read and go pick up that book.
If you're interested, click on Sheila's blog to find out all the particulars and join in on all the fun. Maybe you'll even win a weekly prize if you comment on at least 10 of the participating blogs. It's always great to win a new book.
This past week was a little rough as I spent most of it home sick. I don't know what happened as over a week ago I was congratulating myself on how healthy I've been and then WHAM! I woke up with a fever, sore throat, ear problem, the works. After a two hour wait at the clinic, strep throat and a viral infection, a trip to pick up antibiotics and a four-hour nap, I was finally feeling like I could think again. So, what else do you do when you can't do anything else? Nap and read, what else?
This is what I managed to accomplish this week:
Soulless by Gail Carriger - I finally finished this one and enjoyed it tremendously. Here is my review.
The Golden Spiral (Book 2, The Hourglass Trilogy) by Lisa Mangum - I loved this book. Read review here.
Vampire Theory by Lily Caracci - Do you see a trend happening here? Read review here.
Virginia by Susan Hughes - This was an interesting read to say the least.
I still don't know what I think about it as there
was a lot to take in, both religiously and
Review is forthcoming.
Changes by Jim Butcher - Review should be posted this week as I am almost finished.
Fever Crumb by Philip Reeve
Ghosts and Echoes by Lyn Benedict
Intending to Read Next:
Private by James Patterson & Maxine Paetro
A Wretched Man: A Novel by Paul the Apostle by R.W. Holmen