Wednesday, April 10, 2013

A Good Read


I love me a good book.
 Just finished Tell the Wolves I'm Home and LOVED it!! I highly recommend it. 


Also read Mary Coin
Another good one. So sad when it was over. I was reading it on my Nook and it said I had 40 pages left and then it just ended..no warning, no nothing!! The last 40 pages were like a dumb old readers guide. I felt so cheated. When I am reading a good book I need some warning that it is coming to an end. I need to prepare myself. 


Bookshelf - A collection of globes mixed with color-coded books




Bookshelf - A white goat statue in an office space with built-in bookshelves


Thoughts? Suggestions? Feel free to discuss and get back to me.

pictures here, here

6 comments:

  1. I've had Tell the Wolves I'm Home on my goodreads list forever and keep skipping over it, I'll definitely read it next! Also heard The Burgess Boys is a good read.

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  2. gonna check some of these out, sissy. are you in a book club? I read recently that there are several big book clubs on twitter...you can sign up and read and tweet to each other....wow.

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  3. I'm going to check some of these out. I've been wanting to read Unbroken.

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  4. Thanks for these recommendations as I've been looking for a good book to read. I have a problem with books. When I get into one, I tend to let other things lapse - like meals, laundry, hygiene. All excuses, but sometimes I put off starting a new book when I feel "busy." You've inspired me to pick one up. I just looked them all up and they sound phenomenal. I have no great recommendations unfortunately. I need to join a book club!

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  5. Did I tell you to read Anatomy of a Disappearance?! I LOVED it. Now I'll have to check out the others you mentioned...xo

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  6. What a coincidence! I just finished "Tell the Wolves I'm Home" which I really enjoyed. And I am about to start "Mary Coin." Both of these books are for my book club. I also recently read and loved "The Innocents" by Francesca Segal, a modern re-imagining of "The Age of Innocence" by Edith Wharton.

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