Monday, April 13

It's Monday! What are you reading this week?

Hosted by J. Kaye, It's Monday! What are you reading this week? is a weekly event to list the books completed last week, the books currently being reading, and the books to be finish this week. Feel free to join in this weekly event if you'd like as well as use the photo/pic/button above. The Mr. Linky widget box will be set up to link your blog post. If it's out of order for some reason, post your link in the comment section. (on J. Kaye's sight, following the link above).

Okay, so I have a lot of books waiting to be read. And all are from the library. Since I only have three weeks left to this wonderful library system, I'm planning more what to read these next few weeks so I can read all the books. Well 1 book won't be read. I picked it up soley based on it's title for the numbers challenge, and well I went to start it last night, read the sunmery on the flap, and decided it wasn't for me.... But back to what I'm reading this week;

This Weeks Reads:

Agnes Grey - Anne Bronte
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea - Jules Vern
Soul Mountain - Gao Xingjian
Eclipse - Stephanie Meyer (eBook)
**Maybe David Golden by Irene Nemirovksy and Poems from Emily Dickens Final Harvest




7 comments:

  1. You have quite the list to read this week! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today.

    jess

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  2. Wow, I didn't know there was another Nemirovsky book out there!

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  3. This might sound sad, but I really miss the Twilight books. I never wanted them to come to an end.

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  4. There are three out there! I was surprised as well

    Le Bal
    David Golden
    Fire and Storm (not sure if this is the correct title.)

    I'm not a big fan of the twilight series, there's a few favourite characters, but not my favourite.

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  5. I'm with J.Kaye, I loved the Twilight series, read all 4 in a week LOL
    Have a good reading week :-)

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  6. Hey! Thanks for visiting my blog! I see you have Agnes Grey on your list--I really enjoyed it. It is a nice, quiet read :)

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