It's Monday! What are YOU reading? February 28, 2011

2/28/2011 08:38:00 AM

What Are You Reading?

"What Are You Reading?" is a weekly bookish meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.  Click over to see what other readers are into this week and add to your TBR pile!

I'm still doubling up on writing and posting reviews; the pile seems to be going down quite a bit! (I can actually see that side of my desk!) 

Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe
Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe
A classic that revolves around African folklore, traditions, and the effects of European colonialism

The Winter Ghosts by Kate Mosse
The Winter Ghosts by Kate Mosse - Review Scheduled 3/5
A wonderful gothic tale with a classic feel
 Fave of the week

The Secret of Ka by Christopher Pike
 The Secret of Ka by Christopher Pike - Review Scheduled 3/9
A middle reader adventure starring a flying carpet

Tom Thumb by George Sullivan
Tom Thumb: The Remarkable True Story of a Man in Miniature  by George Sullivan - Review Upcoming
A look at the real story of the celebrity Tom Thumb

Wither by Lauren DeStefano
 Wither  by Lauren DeStefano - Review Upcoming
Dystopia - where genetic engineering has caused a mutation that causes females to die at 20 and males to die at 25

Possession by A. S. Byatt
Possession by A. S. Byatt
I know everyone loved this; me, not so much, but at least I read the whole thing

REVIEWED (read prior to last week):

Barney and the Runaway by Max Elliot Anderson
Barney and the Runaway by Max Elliot Anderson - Middle Reader with Christian elements - Review Link

Now You See Her by Joy Fielding
Now You See Her  by Joy Fielding - A husband leaves for another woman and the wife catches a glimpse of her dead daughter on what was supposed to be her anniversary trip to Ireland - Review Link

The Devotion of Suspect X by Keigo Higashino
The Devotion of Suspect X  by Keigo Higashino - A compelling psychological thriller - Review Link

The Poison Eaters and Other Stories by Holly Black
The Poison Eaters: And Other Stories - Creepy horror and fantasy in short story bursts
The Book Depository/Amazon
Author:  Holly Black
Review Link

Darkness Becomes Her by Kelly Keaton
Darkness Becomes Her - Voodoo, vampires, shape shifters and demi-gods
The Book Depository/Amazon
Author:  Kelly Keaton
Review Link

A Woman and Her Workplace by Rosemary Flaaten
A Woman and Her Workplace - Christian self-help
Author:  Rosemary Flaaten


War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy
War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy - all year long readalong
Gideon's Sword by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
 Gideon's Sword by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child - Review scheduled 3/3

Three Stages of Amazement bu Carol Edgarian
Three Stages of Amazement by Carol Edgarian


The Year's Best Fantasy & Horror 2008
Review Scheduled 3/2

The Other Life by Ellen Meister
Review Scheduled 2/28

Suddenly in the Depths of the Forest by Amos Oz
Review Scheduled 3/4

Almost Heaven by Chris Fabry
Review scheduled 3/6

The Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern
Review Scheduled 3/1


Gated Grief by Leila Levinson
Gated Grief by Leila Levinson - US/CAN through 3/3
The Brotherhood by Jerry B. Jenkins

So that was my book week and the planned week; I'm going to pick and choose reading books this week, so what I read next will depend on my reading mood!  How was YOUR reading week?  Please feel free to leave a link to your What Are You Reading post in the comments; I'd love to visit!

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  1. You had a great reading week! :)
    I love Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe! Even I didn't like Possession by A. S. Byatt, like others seem to.

  2. Great week and upcoming one you have. Devotion of Suspect X sounds amazing, added to Wishlist.

    My post.

  3. I adore War and Peace, Gideon's Sword was good, and The Other Life was okay. Enjoy your week, you have excellent books selected. My Monday:

  4. Whew- that's what I say going through your list. :-) Lots of varied reading. I'm watching for your review of Withers. I have been reading some dystopia lately so that interests me.
    Have a great week.


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