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It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?

“It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?” is hosted by Sheila @ Book Journey and is a round up of the past week by a whole bunch of book bloggers.

Read in the last week:
Lullaby by Chuck Palahniuk
Kraken: The Curious, Exciting, and Slightly Disturbing Science of Squid by Wendy Williams
The Last Werewolf by Glen Duncan

Currently reading:
Hotel Angeline: A Novel In 36 Voices (I’ll be reviewing it this week – it’s a pretty cool project).

I’m trying to hold off reading my review books til within a month of release dates but I do have a collection of short stories to read and review this week; Unsavory Delicacies by Russell Brooks.

I’m hoping to get lots of personal reading done over the bank holiday weekend too. Random books off the shelf time!

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  1. Dorothy A.

    Gald you liked Water for Elephants. Now I'm even more excited to read it!

    I added Hotel Angeline to my "to-read" list. Sounds really interesting! It also has Garth Stein, whose book The Art of Racing in the Rain I recently raved about.

  2. cookcreateread

    Looking forward to your review of Hotel Angeline – sounds interesting!

  3. Anonymous

    Test Analyst? I am (was) a software tester for 7 years. Great job!

    Have fun reading this week!

  4. Nikki - Notes of Life

    You've done well. Hotel Angeline sounds interesting 🙂

  5. Jennifer

    I am extremely interested in the novel in 36 voices. I hope you enjoy your books and enjoy your week. My Monday:

  6. Anonymous

    Hotel Angeline sounds super interesting! Have a good week of reading!

  7. Sheila (Bookjourney)

    Hotel Angeline sounds different – I am interested in your review!

  8. Jesse

    I hope you enjoy Hotel Angeline; it sounds really interesting! I'll be checking back for your review 🙂

  9. KarenSi

    I am on the fence about Palahnuik. I hated Survivor but loved Diary. Lullaby does sound interesting though. I like your review.

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