Monday, October 26, 2009

It's Monday 10/26! What Are You Reading?

(What are you reading Mondays was started by J. Kaye's Book Blog.)

Lots of good books last week!
  • I finished The Circle of Gold by Guillaume Prevost, last book in the middle-grade/teen The Book of Time trilogy - very exciting conclusion!
  • I'm still listening to Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick - I should finish it this week.
  • Jamie (15) finished Leviathan, a brand-new, unique novel by Scott Westerfeld, author of The Uglies series. It's a novel set at the cusp of World War I, except the two sides are battling with Clankers, steam-driven iron machines, and fabricated animals, including the Leviathan, a whale airship. The novel is illustrated with detailed drawings. He says it was amazing!
  • Jamie started a book he's been saving so he could savor it: Brisingr by Christopher Paolini, the conclusion of the Eragon trilogy, one of his all-time favorite series.
  • Craig is reading Half Magic by Edward Eager, one of MY all-time favorite books! He already read it once this summer, but he's re-reading it for his Accelerated Reader program at school.
  • Ken, my husband, is still working his way through Inkspell by Cornelia Funke.
I'm finally feeling better after a lengthy illness, so I'll be posting some new reviews this week!

Check out Book By Book to see what grown-up books I'm reading.

What are YOU and YOUR kids reading this week?


Andrea said...

Well, looks like ya'll have some great books. Happy reading!

Jennifer said...

I am glad to hear you are feeling better. Happy reading!

Cackleberry Homestead said...

I really want to read Leviathan and start the Cornelia Funke series (I can't remember which one comes first). Sounds like your family is enjoying some great books this week.

Marie said...

Leviathan -- I keep meaning to request that from the library -- I need to do that! :-)

Anonymous said...

I am loving Becca Fitzpatrick's book!

Jo said...
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Jo said...

I've got a Eragon and Eldest waiting to be read. Hope Jamie enjoys the conclusion as much as it sounds like he enjoyed the first two.