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Monday, July 13, 2009

The reading week


I refuse to believe that it's Monday already and time for another What Are You Reading? post, hosted by the wonderful http://j-kaye-book-blog.blogspot.com/

Uhm ... I'm still having crappy reading times. I did, however finish Ella Enchanted, which was the perfect antidote to The Strain.

It was light, and fluffy, and Ella is such a great character. Loved it. :)
Uhm ... also on the menu this week is Memoirs of a Master Forger, by William Heaney; aka Graham Joyce, who everybody should read. Seriously. Go find some Graham Joyce. He is The Goods. That's my main course this week, but I'm going with Coraline as an appetiser, because I got a new copy from the review cupboard at work and I haven't read it for a while. Also, the movie is meant to be coming out next month, so I want to be all up to date.

And what's for dessert? Hmmm .... Queen of Sorcery, probably; with The Passion by Jeanette Winterson as the cheese/coffee. That way I'll actually get The Challenge That Dare Not Speak Its Name off to a good start.

Happy reading!

8 comments:

gautami tripathy said...

I only could only finish The Texicans last week!


TSS: The Texicans by Nina Vida post

Mondays: Musings/Whereabouts

Teddyree said...

I only read one this week and only got one review done, 5 still to go. Feels like I'm going backwards lol.
Hope you have a good reading week this week!

Jess said...

I have been wanting to read Coraline -- looking forward to your review!

J. Kaye said...

I don't think I have ever read a book by Graham Joyce. I am going to have to check it out!

Mary said...

Hope you can move out of the reading funk this week!

Erotic Horizon said...

That looks like your week is all sorted...

Thank for the tip on Joyce - will be checking him out..

hope you get through everything...

E.H>

DesLily said...

Queen of Sorcery like in David Eddings?? I can't remember the last time I head anyone was reading that series and it's soooo good

Maree said...

Thanks everyone! :)
J Kaye and Erotic Horizon: you're welcome. He writes short, spooky novels. Requiem is excellent. As is Dreamside :)
DesLily: Yes, David Eddings. I'm re-reading them because he died a few weeks ago. :(