We spent the weekend doing much-needed yard work, shopping for my son's birthday, and relaxing with some movies and TV shows (we enjoy catching up on TV shows on DVD during the summer, like Bones, The Mentalist, and Glee). Our boys both had sleep-overs. So, busy, busy!
Here's what we've been reading this week:
- Yes, I am STILL reading The Passage by Justin Cronin! I only have about 50 pages to go. It is a big book that has taken me three weeks to read, but it has been well worth it - an excellent, well-written novel with a unique plot and in-depth characters.
- My husband, Ken, finished his Jeffrey Deaver novel, The Burning Wire, and is now reading Tropic of Night by Michael Gruber which he picked up at Borders' clearance sale last week. He enjoyed Gruber's other novel, The Book of Air and Shadows, which I got him for Christmas one year.
- I forgot to mention last week that he and I started a new audio book when we went to pick up our kids from their grandparents' house. We're listening to Dying for Mercy, a mystery by Mary Jane Clark. It's good so far - we listened to a bit more while birthday shopping yesterday - though it's hard to say when we'll next have time alone in the car. This could be another 6-month long audio!
- Jamie, 16, is reading Across the Great Barrier by Patricia Wrede and loving it. This is the second book in the Frontier Magic series that started with The Thirteenth Child. Jamie says it is a great series.
What are you and your family reading this week?
(What are you reading Monday is hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.)