With all the work of packing up last week, then 3 1/2 days of driving, my husband and I haven't had much reading time (I get sick if I read in the car), but between being sick all last week and having 8 hours a day on the road, my oldest son has been reading non-stop!
- I am still reading Cutting for Stone by Abraham Verghese. It's a hefty one! It's different than I expected, but I am engaged by the story now and enjoying it.
- My husband, Ken, is still reading Eyes of the Innocent by Brad Parks, from our library. This is the thriller that's been compared in style to Janet Evanovich, so he's enjoying it very much.
- Jamie, 16, has been on a reading marathon, reading about a book a day! While sick last week, he read three books in the series by Orson Scott Card: Ender's Game, Speaker for the Dead, and Xenocide.
- Still sick, Jamie decided to take a break from the Ender's Game series and comfort himself with some old favorites from the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. I haven't tried to keep track of the titles, but I think he's now on his 4th Redwall book since we left home! It's probably the third time he's read most of these. He says he has two more that he brought along with him before he resumes newer books.
- We've all been listening to Sapphique by Catherine Fisher in the car. Last spring break, we listened to the first book in the series, Incarceron, on our way to Louisiana and loved it! The sequel is excellent so far.
- Last night, we began reading the book from Craig's Easter basket together, 100 Cupboards by N.D. Wilson, a middle-grade novel about kids finding alternate worlds through cupboards in their attic. We've just started it, but it sounds intriguing.
What are you and your family reading this week?
(What are you reading Monday is hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.)