The days are getting cooler, and our intrepid fellow reader, Karen, has updated us on her summer reading.
Karen reported that she, too, has veered from her reading list. (Unlike anyone else I know who adheres so well to the list constructed with best intentions and good wishes.)
Back to Karen: her reading was off the list, but also off the charts!
Well, I will let her tell it herself.
I ended up way off my reading list this time, but I enjoyed the adventure. In fact, I think this is the longest list I have completed. I really love my Amazon Kindle Fire. I am having some vision issues-oh my aging eyes! Luckily the lighted screen on my Fire makes it so much easier to read.
- Lord Grenville's Choice
- A Love That Never Tires
- The Red Tent
- 32 Going on Spinster
- Somewhere in Time
- Slim Pickins in Fat Chance, Texas
- Salmon Fishing in the Yemen
- Tuesday Takes Me There: The Healing Journey of a Veteran and his Service Dog
- The Girl With all the Gifts
- Clapton: the Autobiography
- The Lincoln Penny
- House of Reckoning
- The Long Walk
- Zoo 2
- Deep Summer
- Chez Stinky
- Finders Keepers
- Hard Listening: The Greatest Rock Band Ever (of Authors) Tells All
- Lightning Rider
- Ellie Jordan Ghost Tracker
- The Heartbroker
- The Waiting Booth
- Thursdays at Coconuts
- The Haunting of Blackwood House
- Learning to Ride
- The Bone Labyrinth
- The Watch
- The Mating Season
- Highland Archer
- Sacking the Quarterback
- The McCullagh Inn in Maine
My favorites were Ellie Jordan Ghost Tracker and The Haunting of Blackwood House. They were exciting and scary. I did have to leave on lights to sleep. I liked the satisfying endings in both books. Everyone ended up getting what they deserved and/or needed. The characters were believable. I felt like I was in the story.
My least favorites were Slim Pickins in Fat Chance, Texas and Thursdays at Coconuts. Both were boring to me. The characters were dull and uninteresting. Especially in Thursdays at Coconuts; I was annoyed by the characters' behavior. Drinking and driving and infidelity. Not to my liking at all.
By my count, Karen read 36 books this summer. Not bad, slugger: you beat me!
For her hard work of reading, Karen will receive a book of her choice, in the format she chooses. Karen, just let me know!
So, how about you: what did you read this summer? Let me know what you read and how you liked it, and you may win a book!
I will report on my reading soon! Until then