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I thoroughly enjoyed The Oregon Trail by Rinker Buck. If the only thing you remember about the trail is the computer game you played in middle school you need to get your hands on a copy of this book. Immediately.
Of course I clambered aboard the bandwagon and read Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman. I'm not ashamed. I don't regret it. It made me think, it made me angry, and it made me cry. What more can you really ask for?
I read A Man Called Ove yesterday. What an absolute gem of a book. Was I the last person in the world to read it? I'll definitely be looking forward to reading Backman's sophomore effort: My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You I'm Sorry.
I am suffering from a severe case of too-many-books-to-choose-from-itis. You may have run into it yourself at some point in your reading life? I'm sure you have. I think that a shelf organizing and purging session would do me a world of good. Now to make time to do so...
Until then I can only say that I have no idea what I'll be reading next. I'm eyeing up a number of things. Maybe Between the World and Me? The Beautiful Bureaucrat is also in the running. Time will tell.
As of now I'm getting ready to head to the beach with my family and won't have to make the book decision until later. Have a great week, everyone! Tell me what you're reading!