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Books I read this month…

Here’s a new (to me) blog hop
hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.

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Click on the books to see other posts on this hop.

I don’t think I will be joining every Monday but maybe once a month.
So here is what I have read this month:

1

This was interesting.  The stories of people who started over.
I have actually met one of the women profiled and a friend of mine works for her.

2

I reviewed this one here .

3b

This was a most wonderful book.  You must read it!
There is a prologue and four parts.
It about Alice Stone, Bobby Banks, and Amelia Brighton.
All with different stories that intertwine.

4

This was ok.  Not my favorite this month.

5

Another must read!
A father makes the wrong decision to protect his son.
He makes the split second decision for all the right reasons but it is still wrong.
I couldn’t help but like the characters…except for one who was anything but likable.
I pretty much read this in one sitting…with breaks for laundry and stuff.

6

Another ok.  A bit like Marlo Thomas’ book
except I never met anyone who is in it.

Right now I am reading

Still Life with Bread Crumbs by Anna Quindlen
and I have
Bad Wolf by Nele Neuhaus
on the table to read next.

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27 thoughts on “Books I read this month…

  1. Reading AZTEC by Gary Jennings. I am mesmerized being transported 500 years to that culture. What is astonishing is how can this author know all this stuff without having lived back then? It is much more than a well researched historical novel.

  2. I read twisted sisters. I really enjoyed because I love Jen. But it wasn’t my favorite of her books by far

    1. This was the first of hers I read. I always give an author a second chance to get me as a “follower”. So I will read another…any suggestion?

  3. Sounds like a good reading month for you. I’m still reading books that have been sitting on my shelves too long ~ right now, books on writing.

  4. Anna Quindlen is a good writer. I’ve read some of her other books, but not Still Life with Bread Crumbs. I hope you are enjoying it!

    1. I liked the book. I don’t think it is for everyone…it was a times a bit tedious in the day to day details but over all it was good.

  5. I can’t imagine how you keep up with everything but thanks for the reviews. Always good to hear opinions / critiques of books. I have read only two books in the past month–but none of the above.

    1. It amazes me how many books people can read in a week. Some people read 3 or more at a time. I pretty much read one then start another.

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