Monday, August 25, 2014

August 25 | Currently Reading

I wish all reading weeks could be like last week! Everything I picked up was fantastic: Earthly Things by Julian Vaughn, The Island of Dr. Moreau by H.G. Wells, and And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie.


Now I'm reading John Hornor Jacobs's The Incorruptibles. The cover is gorgeous. It reminds me of the illustrations in The House in the Night which appropriately won the 2009 Caldecott Medal.


Today is the first day of school here so it's an exciting day! I hope everyone has an excellent day, and an excellent reading week. Be sure to let me know what you are reading in the comments or leave me a link!


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7 comments:

  1. I think I am really ready for some creepy books and Halloween! Lol. Maybe that is my problem! All your books look great!

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    1. Creepy books and Halloween should definitely work!! ;) You will just have to start your creepy reading early.

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  2. Post a review of The Incorruptibles. It's on my list of things to get to one of these days.
    Brent Weeks' The Broken Eye is out tomorrow.
    I've been killing time until tomorrow reading an H.P. Lovecraft anthology.

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    1. I've been eyeing that Brent Weeks series. Speaking of John Hornor Jacobs and Lovecraft... I vowed to read more Lovecraft after reading JHJ's Southern Gods, but I still haven't done it.

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  3. All three of those look good, what a fun week. I've never read Moreau but have been curious. I need to read And Then There Were None as well... maybe a good fall read. I've read knock offs of it but never the original.

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    1. It was a fun week! Yeah, it would definitely be a great book for the fall. I tried to read Ten and I DNF'ed it. I guess I needed the original!

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  4. I recently read And Then There Were None and loved it so much! Definitely a new favorite. I need to read more Christie for sure. :)

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