Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, by Seth Grahame-Smith Gryphon Precinct, by Keith R.A. DeCandido Memoirs of a Crimefighter, by Seth Andrew Jacob Care of Wooden Floors, by Will Wiles
I finished Of Ducks and Universes, by Neve Maslakovic, earlier today. setsuna17 it was a somewhat absurd mystery involving alternate histories that reminded me a little bit of Thursday Next stuff given the alternate history and whimsy in those.
Post by nutmeg8484 on Jan 28, 2015 19:54:14 GMT -5
I'm struggling to get into Mistborn: the Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson. I keep hearing nothing but great things about it from the Booksplosion read along group so I'm trying really hard. This cold isn't helping my attention span any though.
Diagnosis: PCOS TTC since 1/12 IUI x 3- BFN IVF #1- OCT/ NOV 2013-BFN FET #1- February 12 2014- M/C at 5+4 FET #2- July 2014- BFN IVF #2- 11/9/14 Transferred 1 BB expanding blast Baby girl born 7/26/15 Hysteroscopy/D&C/Polyp removal- 10/16 Unexpected BFP 12/16- EDD: 8/11/17- It's a Boy!
Post by Irishcurls on Jan 28, 2015 21:11:03 GMT -5
The Hot Zone by Richard Preston (oldie about Ebola that I never got to) The Poisoner's Handbook: Murder and the Birth of Forensic Medicine in Jazz Age NY by Deborah Blum (non fiction) Technically Pillars but I'll have to list that for the next eleventy Wednesdays if we keep this up so....
Today I finished a free ebook romance that was a B- called Lost in Temptation.
This morning I finished Case of Lies - a legal thriller. Three of the characters are studying math at MIT and I have to admit I found the (presumably very superficial) descriptions of the theoretical mathematics more interesting than the thriller part of the book.
Since we hadn't decided on P&P yet, I started reading Relative Danger by Charles Benoit. A man is asked to solve the 50-year-old murder of his uncle, a jewel thief. Harrowing adventures around the world ensue. I'm about 60 pages (out of 260) in and am pretty sure I've already solved the mystery. Luckily it should be a quick read.
I just finished The Girl You Left Behind by JoJo Moyes. It was really good.
Have you read Me before You? I didn't know she had another book!
eta: Oh my, what a noob. She's prolific!
I had no idea she had so many books until I looked her up on goodreads this week! I read Me Before You and loved it, it was a little better than the Girl You Left Behind but both were enjoyable reads. I think I'm going to read One Plus One soon too. A couple of my facebook friends recommended after seeing my goodreads update.
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