It's Monday! What Are You Reading? #8



This meme is held over on Book Date's blog and here we talk about what we are Currently Reading, What we read/posted the last week and what we plan on reading next week. I won't be posting what's coming up; you can get an idea by looking in my sidebars.

What I am Currently Reading:

Fiction:
I'm only three chapters into this but can tell I like the writing already. A mother/daughter mystery that goes back to post WWII communist Hungary to find the secrets of the past.





















Non-fiction
I Like this author! Big book may take some weeks to read!





















Graphic Novel/Manga





















I always have a short story collection going as I read one short story every morning with my cup of coffee. I have put that aside for Lent though and will be reading one chapter from The Holy Bible for the remainder of these 40 days.

What I Finished Reading and/or Posted This Week



Manga/Graphic Novels

Comments

  1. Erik Larson is a wonderful writer. Enjoy!

    http://readerbuzz.blogspot.com/2016/02/even-raging-cold-cant-stop-this-reader.html

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  2. I still have never read Erik Larson. Maybe one day!

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  3. I am still on the fence about reading a Erik Larson. I need to catch up on your Jo Nesbo reviews.

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  4. I haven't seen any of the books you shared above before but they all look interesting. My son would probably love the Manga title. I did notice that you have an X-files book on your TBR list. This is my all time favorite show and I've seen every episode at least twice. Nice to see a fellow fan.
    Laura :)
    My Monday Post

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  5. Triptych looks like a book I would enjoy. Happy reading!

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  6. I've had "In the Garden of Beasts" sitting on my kindle for quite some time...I really need to get around to reading it!

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  7. Triptych sounds great, I remember some Hungarian refugees arriving here in mid 50's, a little after the war but they were still needing to get out.

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