Monday, August 23, 2010

August Edition: What Are You Reading?

It's just too darn hot to even think straight, so today's post will require little from you, my dear readers.

So here's the question for today:

What are you reading?

Me: Enigma, by Robert Harris. A WWII thriller about Bletchley Park and the race to crack the Enigma codes. Good stuff.

Up next: a few Agatha Christie mysteries featuring Miss Marple!

Your turn!

8 comments:

  1. Oh confession time, I'm reading several books. The Other Hand by Chris Cleave is the latest though.

    And funnily I just watched two Agatha Christie movies on TV this week. Love Miss Marple, she's definitely a favourite.

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  2. Right now: A John Steinbeck Collection. Up next: another Steinbeck collection. After that, another - just kidding! After those, maybe a little non-fiction (A Short History of Ireland and a comparative religion book) or a few "classics" I have had out far too long from the library.

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  3. Pride and Prejudice. (Again!) I just had a hankering for it and of course decided to indulge.

    Next up I think will be Echo in the Bone, Diana Gabaldon's latest.

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  4. Still reading Elizabeth Berg's books. :))

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  5. I'm in the middle of My Fair Lazy by Jen Lancaster. It's funny.

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  6. I've just finished The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society, which is utterly brilliant and I'm keeping it to read again at some point.

    I've just started One Day In May by Catherine Alliott (chic lit), which is very good too.

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  7. I'm reading The Masque of the Black Tulip by Lauren Willig and re-reading The Language of Good-bye by Maribeth Fischer.

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  8. I loved Enigma and I've got some Agatha Christie's that I'm listening to. I love the Miss Marple books.

    I've just finished Dead Tomorrow by Peter James. His books are brilliant.

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