There is not much I love more than the opportunity to read a lot in the summer.
So, in advent of a few more months to plow through some tomes, I wanted to take stock in what I've read this year and what I want to read this summer!
To see what I've already read this year, you can click this link:
I'm currently reading:
- Sandra Beasley's Count the Waves (Norton 2015) because she is wonderful, and I went to her reading a few weeks ago at the McColl Center.
- Anthony Doerr's All the Light We Cannot See: A Novel (Simon and Schuster Audio, 2014) - I started this one for my book club, but I wasn't really looking forward to it. It turns out that I love it. (I also have the Kindle version downloaded because there are some parts that I've heard in my car but had to reread.)
- Rainbow Rowell's Attachments (Plume, 2001) because it made me laugh out loud (IRL LOL) in the first two pages.
- Fredrik Backman' s Britt-Marie Was Here: A Novel (Simon and Schuster Audio, 2016) - I haven't actually started this one, but I keep telling everyone how excited I am to read it, so I figured it deserved a place here.
And here's what I want to read: (Completely composed irresponsibly with no reason, sense, or spell check)
- Man Named Ove
- Lisa Scottoline's new book
- The Lonely by Hurley
- Barkskins by Annie Proulx
- All the Devil All the Time (Because I really want to read Pollock's forthcoming book, but it's not actually out yet. Potentially I will just wait and read The Heavenly Table.)
- The Good Luck of Right Now
- Truly Madly Guilty (Technically this one doesn't come out until July 26, but I love a good Liane Moriarty book so much.)
- The Nest
- The Nightingale
- My Name is Lucy Barton
- Elizabeth Gilbert's new book