I decided it's about time I joined The Sunday Salon party! I've been holding off, thinking I really didn't need to do one more thing, but it actually doesn't look too hard so, here I am.
If I'm understanding this right, the idea of the Sunday Salon is to report how your reading went each Sunday. And since I figured Sunday is my biggest reading day, normally I'll have lots to report.
However, today, I'm off camping as you may well know by now if you've been keeping up at all, so I thought instead, I'll list what I'm taking to read and hopefully I'll actually be reading from one of them or several of them, this weekend.
I'm taking a bunch because I'm ready to start a new book, and you never know what mood you'll be in, right? Of course I've still got "those two" books sitting there on an on-going basis (War and Peace, which I really am enjoying when I actually pick it up and read it, and The New Earth, which is coming so close to being a DNF!) But those don't count.
So here's what I'm taking and why:
Dragon Flight by Jessica Day George: because it's due at the library this week
The City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau: because it's going to be a movie soon and you know I have to read the book first
The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay by Michael Chabon: because this one has been waiting so patiently for it's turn for both the TBR Challenge and the Awards Challenge.
Eugénie Grandet by Honore de Balzac: because it's a smallish one I want to read for both the TBR Challenge and the Classics Challenge and because it's about time I tried some Balzac!
Happy Sunday reading to you all! Have fun reading Breaking Dawn without me! No finishing it 'till I get back! :)
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