Here's the list of books we talked about last week at book club:
Karen W read:
Death Comes to Pemberly by P.D. James a fun look at what might have happened after Pride and Prejudice
Persuasion by Jane Austen because it felt like time for a re-read. I think there's something in the air!
Jessica N read:
Framed by ? : sorry I'm not sure which Framed this is!
Bone by Bone by Caroll O'Conner: a murder mystery favorite!
The Wednesday Wars by Gary Schmidt: catching up with last month's book club
Undaunted Courage by Stephen E. Ambrose: story of Lewis and Clark
Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson: interesting look into the life of a famous nerd who was sometimes not so very nice.
Destiny of the Republic by Candice Millard: the story of the assassination of James Garfield
Fablehaven by Brandon Mull: to keep up with her daughter who read them all in a month or so
Narnia series by C.S. Lewis: to continue keeping up!
The 19th Wife by David Ebershoff: only said that this was eye opening
Jessia A read:
Before I Go to Sleep by S.J. Watson: fun thriller, scary... and I can't really remember what else she said!
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green: loved it, well four stars worth anyway
I Am Not a Serial Killer by Dan Wells: thought it was okay but that it caused sleep problems
War Horse by Michael Morpurgo: found it accidentally at the DI, read it in an hour or so
Scarlet by A.C. Gaughen: this Robin Hood re-telling come comes out next month, she read it on NetGalley, which lead to a discussion on exactly what that is.
Don't Stop Now by Julie Halpern: a fun road trip book
Looking for Alaska by John Green: she did not really like this one, feels John Green needs a therapist... a discussion ensued!
Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins: a fun romance with an awesome boy named Cricket
Before I Go to Sleep by S. J. Watson : ditto from above
Fragile Eternity by Melissa Marr: the third of this series, she said it was okay
A Single Shard by Linda Sue Park: a Newbery winner of the past and really really good
Hatchet by Gary Paulsen: one of those books everyone needs to read!
The Death Cure by James Dashner: to finish the series
Persuasion by Jane Austen: needed a re-read!
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green: loved it, five stars worth.
Delirium by Lauren Oliver: another dystopian, a little slow at first, crazy at the end
Whew! We talked a lot about a lot of books! Awesome.