TGIF! What are you up to this weekend? Here in the US it is a long weekend for Memorial Day, but I haven't made any special plans (except to read, naturally). Do you have anything nice going on? I have a stack of books from the library, and I can't decide what I'm in the mood for. I got a copy of The Traitor's Kiss by Erin Beaty, which has a gorgeous cover, but hasn't been getting the best reviews. Then there's The Siege by Helen Dunmore, which has a bland cover, but sounds quite intriguing and comes recommended. The dilemma of the bookworm...
What's on your nightstand this weekend?
Here's what I read and picked up this week:
I finished and reviewed Kelly Rimmer's A Mother's Confession, which is still on my mind. You can find the review here.
I also started Girl Number One by Jane Holland, but, hard as I find it to do this, I had to abandon it. I just couldn't get into the story, and I suspected it would be a bit of a chore to finish. Have you read it? What did you think?
Yesterday I picked up a bundle of books at the library, among them are Seraphina (I know I'm late to the game) by Rachel Hartman and The Lie Tree by Francis Hardinge.
Finally, I just started listening to the audiobook of My Husband's Wife by Jane Corry and reading to Liane Moriarty's Truly Madly Guiltily (as mention in This Week in Books). I'm a big fan of Moriarty, and though this is taking a little to pull me in, I suspect it will pick up pace soon.
Enjoy the weekend and happy reading!