I thought we'd keep it simple by checking in to see what everyone has been reading lately.
I have been on an Greek Tragedy kick, so I'm reading through The Complete Greek Tragedies Volume III: Euripides. The collection includes different translators, some of whom I like and some of whom I do not. (I'm not a huge fan of Richard Lattimore, for whatever reason. I did enjoy William Arrowsmith's "Heracles.") I am currently reading "Helen." I love reading the plays that connect with the House of Atreus and all of the drama and angst that invariably happens. All the drama. All of it.
Strange Weather by Joe Hill. I’ve been in a bit of a reading funk lately, and his books have never failed to suck me right in. This one is no exception. It’s a book of 4 novellas, and one of the stories was so deliciously horrible that it ruined my entire day.
The Secret Adversary by Agatha Christie. I am also in a bit of a reading rut and her books always help me get back into it.
The Centurion's Wife by Davis Bunn & Janette Oke. I've been working my way alphabetically through the books on my Nook and this one was up next! It's about a slave in Pilate's house who is betrothed to a Centurion who has been tasked to track down the truth around Jesus' death.
My daughter and I are reading Nancy Clancy: Super Sleuth by Jane O'Connor. It's an early reader book featuring an older Nancy from the Fancy Nancy picture books.
Basic Economics: 5th Edition, by Thomas Sowell.
Why? Self education.
Danielle C. is reading Real Men Howl by Celia Kyle and Marina Maddix. It's pretty good so far has some elements that I haven't seen before which is nice.
Albert is reading The Vegetarian by Han Kang. It had great reviews.
Stacey is reading Into the Water by Paula Hawkins. I was shopping at Barnes & Noble, and then went to grab a coffee at the cafe and relax a bit with a book, and it caught my eye so I added it to my "to be read" list on my phone. My sweet boyfriend went back and grabbed it for me.
I’m currently reading When Life Gives You Lululemons by Lauren Weisberger. It's the second sequel to The Devil Wears Prada. It’s focused on Emily who is now in PR and she’s hilarious.
What about you? What are you reading? Share with us!
"Sherman's March" by Richard Wheeler. An eyewitness history of the cruel campaign that helped end a crueler war. The lure for me is the "eyewitness" accounts
So glad you're back! :)
I'm currently reading Star Wars - Aftermath by Chuck Wendig. I have about 60 pages to go. After that I'm planning to read Speaking in Bones by Kathy Reichs.
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