Sunday, January 18, 2009

The Sunday Salon: What Shall I Read Today?

So let's see. What's up in my world of reading today?

In the last two days I finished two wonderful books that I can't wait to review. The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman and Taken By Storm by Angela Morrison. The first one many of you have read and/or heard of by now. A wonderful fantasy kid's book that, as many are saying, is sort of a cross between The Jungle Book and Harry Potter. The second is one that not many of you will NOT have heard of... yet. It doesn't come out until March, and it's an LDS (Mormon) Teen romance, that is very untypical of LDS books. Wow, intense is the word that comes to mind! But, I may wait until JJ has read it too and can help me to review it, just for fun and something different. So we'll see.

So then there's today. I'm torn between starting the next book club book by a local author Mette Ivie Harrison called The Princess and the Hound... or finishing up The Moon Below that I started awhile back... or knocking off a few War and Peace chapters. Hmmm.... maybe I'll do a bit of all three. Or maybe, I'll just start something else entirely. Like Inkdeath.

But before I can do any reading at all, I've got to GET OFF THE COMPUTER!

What the family is reading:

The Mr.: Everyman by Philip Roth

Bud: The Eye of the World by Robert Jordan

JJ: Paper Towns by John Green

Moder: Elantris by Brandon Sanderson

Toto: Point Blank by Anthony Horowitz


  1. Whatever you decided to read, I hope you enjoyed it.

    Have a great week!

  2. What a fun problem to have...'what should I read next?' Have a great Sunday!

  3. I loved Everyman and have his Indignation here, but haven't started it. I'm stuck between books, too. That's the hazards of working at a library! ;)

  4. haha, yeah, it is sort of hard to read when you are the computer, huh? Every time I work at catching up on my blogs I feel guilty because I am wasting way too much reading time! Whatever you decided to read, I hope you enjoyed it! I really need to read me some Cornelia Funke!



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