Top to bottom:
- The Mystics of Mile End by Sigal Samuel
- The Past by Tessa Hadley
- Midnight in Broad Daylight by Pamela Rotner Sakamoto
And, I bought a few books at our favorite bookstore stop on the drive home (but clearly forgot to place them at a poetic angle):
Top to bottom:
- Frederica in Fashion by M. C. Beaton (have not read this author but the description sounded very Georgette Heyer-ish and I do love Heyer)
- William Shakespeare's The Empire Striketh Back by Ian Doescher (a Quirk title I've wanted to read for ages)
- Cress by Marissa Meyer (also has been on my wish list for quite a while)
Last week's reading:
Feel free to caption this photo. The Romance of Tristan and Iseult, retold by Joseph Bèdier is the only book I finished, last week, and that gets me to a grand total of 5 books read in November. Eeks. What a terrible month. But, again, I loved what I read and I'd rather read and love 5 books than finish a dozen bad ones, so I'll try not to focus on the number.
Other books I'm reading (Blogger is being a pain and won't let me center this photo, pffft!):
- I Love It When You Talk Retro by Ralph Keyes (this is the book husband tried to murder with a spilled coffee -- you can see the coffee stain on the spine)
- My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante
- Sherlock Chronicles by Steve Tribe . . . of course. . . still
And, I want to start about 5,000 other books. I'm strongly considering a private day or two of reading till my head explodes. Seems reasonable, right?
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