It's Monday! What are YOU Reading? - October 31, 2011

10/31/2011 11:28:00 PM

What Are You Reading?

Well, THIS was supposed to go up MUCH earlier today!

"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!


REVIEWED:  (click the cover to go to the review):

The Map of True Places by Brunonia Barry
3.1 of 5 stars
The Hypnotist by M. J. Rose
3.25 of 5 stars
The Hypnotist by M. J. Rose
5 of 5 stars
(mini review)

(Click on the cover for the Goodreads page, exc. War & Peace, which goes to Amazon)

War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy
Sweet Tea and Secrets by Nancy NaigleA Cottage by the Sea by C. J. Ware

Next to be read on the personal pile (click cover for Goodreads page):
Daughter of Fortune by Isabel Allende
The Tapestry of Love by Rosy ThorntonA Great and Terrible Beauty by Libby Bray

Next to be read on the hard copy review pile (click cover for Goodreads page):

Adrenaline by Jeff Abbott
Maria Juana's Gift by T. Lloyd WinetskyDoctor Margaret's Sea Chest by Waheed Rabbani

Book Depository

An absolutely superb historical novel with gorgeous writing - this is the kind of book that makes you love to be a reader!


I usually don't do honorable mentions, but the way I felt while I was reading this and the emotions that it stirred ... well worth the read!

How was YOUR reading week?  Please leave a link to YOUR "What Are You Reading" post in the comments (I'd love to come visit) or simply comment with what your reading week was like!

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  1. Hi Julie - I had to check out your Gem pick and how interesting it sounds!
    I'll have to check back for some of the other reviews that I'm interested to see your thoughts.
    Happy reading (and writing reviews.) :-)


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