Hello, Monday! I am very happy to greet a new week because last week was a rough one. My chronic illness flared up badly, so I was pretty useless all week (no reviews at all!). But I seemed to have turned the corner yesterday, so I am ready for a new week. I'm also excited for a Thanksgiving week filled with family, spending time with my sons and husband, as well as all the family members we rarely see.
Reading was one of the few things I could manage last week, so I enjoyed my books:
- I am still reading Middlemarch by George Eliot. It is a hefty book, and I didn't finish in time for my book group meeting on Thursday, but I am now more than halfway through and am enjoying it very much. I have been pleasantly surprised by Eliot's writing talents - Middlemarch is clever and witty, and my book is filled with tabbed quotes that I loved.
- My husband, Ken, finished Neal Schusterman's Everfound, a teen/YA novel that we both enjoyed very much.
- Last night, Ken started Michael Connelly's The Fifth Witness ( a Lincoln Lawyer novel), a paperback I gave him for Father's Day. He and I have both always enjoyed Connelly's novels, and this seemed like a good choice for a week of travel and holiday hectic-ness!
- Jamie, 18, is still reading City of Ashes by Cassandra Clare for the third time! I'm sure he will use our long road trip this week to read.
What are you and your family reading this week?
(What are you reading Monday is hosted by Sheila at Book Journey, with a kids/teen version hosted by Teach Mentor Texts.)