Last night I started The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest by Stieg Larsson, the third book (and, sadly, the last) in the 'Millenium' series. It's been sitting in my 'to-be-read' pile for a few months (I have absolutely loved the first two books, and knowing that this will be the last of them made me want to just hold off on reading it for a while). I'm loving it so far!!
I'm reading The Prophet by Michael Koryta. Great book. It has a lot of football in it which is nice after reading A Face in the Crowd with it's baseball undertone. ... great story though.
Just finished A Dog's Journey by W. Bruce Campbell; it is the sequel to A Dog's Purpose. If you are a lover of animals especially dogs don't pass these up! Oh, keep the tissues handy!!
Oh dear...just started 50 Shades of Grey....note to self - do not read this at work!
Poorly written but can't seem to stop reading eeeeeeeeeek
August Books Read:
38. Audio -- Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury
39. Book -- The October Country by Ray Bradbury
40. Book -- When I Was a Child by Marilynne Robinson
41. Book -- Sleeping Beauty by Ross Macdonald
42. Audio -- Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
43. Book -- Collected Ghost Stories by M.R. James
44. Book -- I Sing the Body Electric! by Ray Bradbury
45. Book -- The Light Between Oceans by M. L. Stedman
I am going to finish The Dark Tower today...:sad:
Beyond The Limits by Stacy Allison with Peter Carlin. A great read about the first American woman to conquer Mount Everest.
I just finished Kill You Twice by Chelsea Cain and now on to Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. I am so excited for Gone Girl, Gillian's previous novels were outfreakinstanding!!!
I just finished The Song of Achilles, by Madeline Miller, and thought it was wonderful. A beautiful love story, and fascinating take on the Trojan war.
In One Person, by John Irving, was also good. Anything that Irving writes is 95% better than what's being currently published, so I hate to be critical, but it wasn't one of my favorites.