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Sunday, November 1, 2009

The reading week




What are you reading on Monday? Hosted here:
http://j-kaye-book-blog.blogspot.com/

Sigh. I'm still reading Regeneration, for http://www.myfriendamysblog.com/ Newsweek challenge. It's a short book, but it's taken me more than a week to read.

Next on the nightstand is The Woman in White for the Classic Circuit book tour, Unseen Academicals, by Mr Sir Terry Pratchett, and a co-re-read of The Vintner's Luck with Vasilly :)

Happy reading!

12 comments:

Laughing Stars said...

It often takes me a full week, or longer, to finish a short book. LIFE keeps happening. :-) Happy reading!

Kristen said...

Is The Vintner's Luck the one by Elizabeth Knox? If so, I totally loed that one. Enjoy your reading this week!

Mine is here.

Mary said...

Hope you can get through the challenge book soon and move on : ) Have a good week.

Teddyree said...

Happy reading and good luck finishing the one that's slowing you up :-)

Jennifer said...

Your classics books sounds very good. I hope you re able to finish up the challenge book soon so you can move on. Happy reading. My Monday is here: http://www.rundpinne.com/2009/11/what-are-you-reading-mondays.html

Alissa said...

I read The Woman in White earlier this year after reading Drood. I thought The Woman in White started out really good, but I wasn't as happy with the second half.

J. Kaye said...

Have fun with your reread! Love reading books with friends. :)

Ruth Schaller said...

I know how life just loves to get in the way....lol

Happy reading :D

Melissa (My World) said...

I have seen Unseen Academics around. I was wondering if it was any good, but knowing it is Sir Terry's it has to be. I look forward to the review on this on.

Happy reading!

Marie said...

The Woman in White is one of my favorite books!

Jodie said...

Oh no that cat looks peeved! Do I detect that you are perhaps not in love with Regeneration? Never fear if you ahve Unseen Academicals to move on to all will be right with the world (just finished Making Money, why do we not just reread Pratchett continuously)

Book Crazy Jenn said...

Don't you just hate how life interupts your reading time? I sure do, sometimes at least...