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text 2020-03-27 18:58
#FridayReads 27.03.2020
Their Lost Daughters - Joy Ellis,Richard Armitage
The Case Is Closed - Patricia Wentworth
Much Ado About Nothing (Arkangel Shakespeare) - William Shakespeare,Samuel West,Arkangel Cast,Amanda Root
Much Ado About Nothing - William Shakespeare
My Lovely Wife - Samantha Downing
The Count of Monte Cristo - Alexandre Dumas, Robin Buss

I´m listening to "Their Lost Daughters", my first audiobook in the Jackman and Evans series (narrated by Richard Armitage) and it´s the perfect book for the daily walks I´m taking at the moment. Thanks to Jennifer´s Books and Themis for recommending me this series.

 

Tomorrow starts the Miss Silver buddy read of "The Case is Closed" and I can´t wait for it. Let the drinking game ... I mean, the coughing begin.

 

Last weekend I listened to / read Macbeth (which was awesome) and on Sunday I would like to tackle "Much Ado About Nothing" in the same manner. 

 

And lately I´ve been in a thriller mood, so I´m very much in the mood for "My Lovely Wife", which is supposed to be a blend of Dexter and Gone Girl. I´m intrigued.

I hate the sales pitch, though: "My Lovely Wife: The gripping Richard & Judy thriller that will give you the chills this winter".

 

And of course I´m still reading "The Count of Monte Christo", but with all that has happened over the last two weeks, I just haven´t been in the mood to pick up this book. However, since I don´t have a physical book to read at the moment, I might pick it back up tonight.

 

But first, I have a date with the child a.k.a. Baby Yoda, which is the most adorable creature that I have ever laid eyes on in the history of television:

 

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Have a lovely friday, everyone.

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text 2020-03-27 16:02
#FridayReads 3.27.2020
The Burning Room - Michael Connelly
The Mirror and the Light - Hilary Mantel
The House of Mirth - Edith Wharton

CURRENT READS

 

I decided to go back to my Boschverse read. I got bogged down with The Gods of Guilt, which is one of Connelly's Mickey Haller books. I am not so much of a fan of those books, so I finally decided to just DNF it and move on. I'm back with Harry, and much happier!

 

I'm also still reading The Mirror and the Light, but this obviously is not the book I want to be reading right now, because I find myself avoiding picking it up. It's not that it's not a good back - it's just not what I'm in the mood for.

 

Which also goes for my reread of The House of Mirth. I love Lily Bart, but this is also one that I've been avoiding picking up. I'll probably try to focus on it over the weekend.

 

WEEKEND AHOY!

 

On tap for tomorrow is the buddy read of Patricia Wentworth's second Miss Silver book, The Case is Closed. I may also move on to Mr. Brading's Collection, which is the 17th Miss Silver, and is also the book that I am up for reading next.

 

Let's see your #fridayreads!

 

 

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text 2020-03-27 13:30
#FridayReads 3.27.20
The Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires: A Novel - Grady Hendrix
After the People Lights Have Gone Off - Stephen Graham Jones
Leviathan Wakes - James S.A. Corey

#FridayReads Today, I'm reading THE SOUTHERN BOOK CLUB'S GUIDE TO SLAYING VAMPIRES by @grady_hendrix. I'm also reading AFTER THE PEOPLE LIGHTS HAVE GONE OUT by @SGJ72 . Lastly, I'm listening to LEVIATHAN WAKES by @JamesSACorey. What are you reading? pic.twitter.com/LtHzbJdn08

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text 2020-03-27 12:45
TWR Blog Tour ~ 5 Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

Friday Featured Spotlight ~ TWR Blog Tour: 5 Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

 

 

anthology

Source: imavoraciousreader.blogspot.com/2020/03/friday-featured-spotlight-twr-tour-of-5.html
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text 2020-03-20 20:16
Buddy Read: Towards Zero

Hooray for the public poll. You all have excellent taste! Towards Zero is a good book, and I very much look forward to spending time in Dame Agatha's world this weekend. 

In fact, I can't wait, so I'll start this tonight. After a bit of Friday Night Food...

 

 

 

If there is a really good thing that has come out of the home working malarkey, it has been food. I've developed a craving for a salad rather than pizza. I'm not sure if this is a sign of illness, but I'm going to risk it for tonight. 

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