Oh, apparently there's another huge snowstorm heading our way as well so what else is there to do other than sit in front of the fire and read!!! Once we shovel everything out, that is! There's our reminder that although we know spring is getting closer, winter's grip is not letting go too easily.
What I Managed to Read This Week:
By Fire, By Water by Mitchell James Kaplan - This an engrossing tale based on real-life events (and people)of the Spanish Inquisition and the expulsion of the Jewish people.
The Discovery of Socket Greeny by Tony Bertauski - Oh, how I love my new ereader. A creative tale set in an alternate earth that provides a lot of twists and turns. Review forthcoming.
Blood Spells (Final Prophecy, Book 5) by Jessica Andersen - I really enjoyed this fifth novel of the Nightkeepers series about the upcoming 2012 Mayan prophecy and the race to save the world.
What I am Currently Reading:
Subject Seven by James A. Moore - Interesting and disturbing at the same time. I'm hooked and can't wait to finish. I really like his adult novels so I was thrilled to discover he'd written a young adult novel. I am almost finished and it looks like it's the first in a possible series.
Blue by Lou Aronica - I an finding this tale quite interesting although I am not quite far enough into it to really know what is actually going on, although I'm getting a hint or two. I am finding the two alternating tales quite engrossing however.
The Witch's Daughter by Paula Brackston - I always enjoy books that jump back and forth through time so I am looking forward to finding out what happened in this 'witchly' tale.
Eternal Kiss of Darkness by Jeaniene Frost - This happened to be sitting next to me as I was having a snack so I started reading it and of course, I am already into chapter 3. I can't leave well enough alone and go find a book I've already started. I love this author!
What's Up Next:
Bride of New France by Suzanne Desroches
Matched by Ally Condie
The Lost Gate by Orson Scott Card
Have a great reading week everyone!