Happy Hanukkah to all who celebrate! It seems so early this year, and I’m not ready! Luckily, with an 8-day holiday, there’s still time to get my act together, get the gifts wrapped, and get in the spirit.
What did I read during the last week?
Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty: Not the best by this author. My review is here.
My Favorite Half-Night Stand by Christina Lauren: Another winner from this author duo! My review is here.
The Accidental Beauty Queen by Teri Wilson: More light, fun fiction! My review is here.
The End of All Things (Old Man’s War, #6) by John Scalzi: I finished the series! A series wrap-up post is on the way…
Lady Knight (Protector of the Small, #4) by Tamora Pierce: Finished with this quartet! I loved these books — and main character Kel — so much! I’ll be writing a series wrap-up post for this one too, eventually.
I’m writing reaction posts for each episode of season 4:
I had a gift card, and immediately bought myself some gifts:
Yippee! Lucky me!
What will I be reading during the coming week?
Currently in my hands:
Trickster’s Choice (Daughter of the Lioness, #1) by Tamora Pierce: Yes, I’m continuing my journeys through the land of Tortall! Now that I’ve finished the Protector of the Small quartet audiobooks, I’m continuing straight onward with the Daughter of the Lioness duology. HOWEVER… after listening to the first couple of chapters, I decided to switch to the print version. For some reason, this book was particularly hard to follow via audiobook — too many new names and places right up front! And this way, I can refer back to the maps at the beginning of the book whenever I get lost, which seems to be happening constantly.
Now playing via audiobook:
Stephen Fry’s Victorian Secrets: An Audible original about secrets and scandals in the Victorian era. Seems totally charming so far.
Book group reads — getting close to the end for both!
- Classic read: Middlemarch by George Eliot — we’ll be done in January.
- The Scottish Prisoner by Diana Gabaldon — we’ll be done in mid-December.
So many books, so little time…