What have you recently finished reading?
My Beloved Brontosaurus, by Brian Switek, which is a sort of memoir of involvement with dinosaurs. Switek’s enthusiasm is endearing. Before that, Spillover by David Quammen, which was excellent and makes me want to be an infectious disease researcher. (Yes, I am impressionable. Shush.)
What are you currently reading?
The Night Circus, by Erin Morgenstern, and The Fire’s Stone by Tanya Huff. They’re my current rereads, at any rate; my most current reading-for-the-first-time books are Eleanor & Park (Rainbow Rowell), which I’m still not very sure about, and Yendi (Steven Brust), which I have been neglecting horribly. Tomorrow, perhaps?
What will you read next?
Heaven knows! I do need to get round to reading The Islands of Chaldea (Diana Wynne Jones), so quite possibly that; I think the library want it back soon, and it should be a fun read.
6 thoughts on “What are you reading Wednesday”
Haven’t read any of these yet, but would like to read them all!
Haha, yay! They’re good.
Ooh Diana Wynne Jones ❤
My Beloved Brontosaurus sounds delightful.
Review of that one is going up in the morning! On 29 May 2014 00:23, “Bibliophibian Inc.” wrote:
I’m reading Will McIntosh’s latest, Defenders. It is good thus far, but I’m not too far in. Just finished and reviewed a lovely book, The Memory Garden, by Mary Rickert. Her debut novel. One I’ll be re-reading at some point.
Speaking of re-reading, The Night Circus is one of those that begs to be re-read frequently, as well as listened to on the Jim Dale narrated audio.
I haven’t listened to the audio. Is it really good?