February 9, 2015

It's Monday! What Are You Reading? 02/09/2015



Read:

The Wonders by Paddy O'Reilly
The Evening Chorus by Helen Humphreys
Golden State by Stephanie Kegan


Currently Reading:

Etta and Otto and Russell and James by Emma Hooper

Upcoming:

One day...maybe soon?

Fire and Ice by Jonathan Mingle
What are YOU reading?

22 comments:

  1. I hope you like Etta & Otto & Russell & James as much as I did. I am reading The Last Bookaneer by Matthew Pearl, an Antarctic Adventure by Juleas Verne, and Indiana by George Sand.

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    1. I really did. It was one of those sweetly nostalgic books that I enjoy :D I hope you're enjoying your current reads, Nancy!

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  2. Ok, the cover of The Wonders is totally my jam.

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    1. Right?? That's one of the reasons I accepted that book, lol. It's just so cool looking!

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  3. The cover of The Evening Chorus is gorgeous. I hope the story was just as good!

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    1. I've had a lot of gorgeous books going on lately. The insides were good too, thankfully ;)

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  4. Ooh is that a new Paddy O'Reilly? I loved The Fine Colour of Rust. Must investigate! I hope you enjoyed it.

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    1. In fact it is! I believe it was my first, but I'm betting that it won't be my last!

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  5. How was Wonders? It looks good. I have a post about it tomorrow. Not a review, just a post.

    ENJOY your reading week...looks like you had a good one and a good upcoming one.

    Etta and Otto looks good.

    If you live in the USA, there are reviews going on at my blog. Details in my It's Monday post.

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    My It's Monday, What Are You Reading

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    1. I really liked Wonders. It was a quirky read which I almost always enjoy :D Have a great week, Elizabeth!

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  6. I am very curious if your good feelings about Etta held true until the end or not. I am totally in love with the cover of The Evening Chorus. It makes me not want to work but just relax.

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    1. LOL, we tweeted about this a bit yesterday. The end. Hmm. Weird.

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  7. I have seen Golden State around but haven't read a review yet. Evening Chorus looks beautiful and possibly heartbreaking.

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    1. Evening Chorus was heartbreaking...but in a good way. :D

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  8. Beautiful covers! "The Evening Chorus" sounds great, and the reviews on Goodreads look gooood. Looking forward to hearing what you think of it.

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    1. It really was good. I'm a sucker for a book that will break my heart ;)

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  9. Beautiful books. They sound like great reads! I'm reading Yhe Pale Blue Dot by Carl Sagan, Stiff by Mary Roach and the Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd.

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    1. Oooh, Stiff! Loved that book :D It was my first Roach and I'm dying (pun not intended, lol) to get to the rest of her work.

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  10. I love the cover of Etta & Otto & Russell & James!

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    1. I've noticed that there are a bunch of different covers for that one. This one is my fave :D

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  11. Oh wow - you have several great looking reads here!

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    1. Thanks! I do try to keep it interesting ;)

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