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It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?

Hosted by Sheila @ Book Journey

Lots of review in the last fortnight, not so much on the feature front. Tis always the way; I never seem to have an even balance! Oh well, it’s my blog, it doesn’t really matter does it. Review will be a while coming but I whole-heartedly recommend The Mad Scientist’s Daughter by Cassandra Rose Clarke, it is just stunning and I cried my eyes out on Saturday reading it.

Read last fortnight:

The Horologicon by Mark Forsyth
Doppler by Erlend Loe
Wool by Hugh Howey
Interview with the Vampire: Claudia’s Story by Anne Rice & Ashley Marie Witter
Big Ray by Michael Kimball
The Mad Scientist’s Daughter by Cassandra Rose Clarke

Also reviewed:

The Paris Wife by Paula McLain
The Painted Bridge by Wendy Wallace

Currently reading:

Pure by Julianna Baggott

Upcoming reads:

Something festive perhaps?

Also on the blog:

Top Five Reasons ou Should Support Your Local Indie Bookstore
Catalogue Spotlight: Summersdale | Incoming!

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“curiosity didn’t kill me”
Um, well done you!

“campaign for real books”
*giggles* I bet they were looking for something serious…

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There are lots, be a bit more specific.

“simon & schuster blogger event”
Oops, still haven’t written this up. Thanks for the reminder!

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  1. So many books, so little time

    finished Hoodie by Brendon Lancaster and still reading The End Specialist by Drew Magary.


  2. TP

    How are you liking Pure so far? I really liked it, but it's definitely dark & a wee bit morbid.

    Tanya Patrice

    1. Ellie

      I stayed up late to finish it off last night. Was a bit slow starting for me and my brain kept trying to work out the implied science behind the bomb. I guess it could be morbid by YA standards but I didn't think it was excessively so compared to other books I read. Have Fuse to review so I'm glad I liked it!

  3. The Relentless Reader

    It's your blog, you can do whatever you want πŸ˜‰ I'm curious what you thought of The Paris to read your review!

    Have a great week of reading!

  4. Jo

    I don't think I would normally have picked up The Mad Scientist's Daughter, but with such high praise…

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