It’s been a hot minute since I’ve taken the time to write anything down. I’ve read two full books and attempted one other book. My Audible Library is full of new books from my Amazon Prime Reads list. And I have shelves of books calling my name.
Current Have Read:
All The Things We Cannot Say by Kelly Rimmer
If you’re looking for a great story that combines the Holocaust with modern day connections, this book is for you! It kept me engaged and interested all the way to the end.
Born Survivors By Wendy Holden
Another good Holocaust read, but this one is nonfiction. Heartbreaking and eye opening, a painful look at what women went through during WWII. For a review, visit my Goodreads Review page.
The Testaments By Margaret Atwood
The sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale, Margaret Atwood takes us into the future of Gilead and Aunt Lydia’s own journey. I haven’t written a review on this yet, but highly recommend it, especially if you are caught up on this last season of The Handmaid’s Tale On Hulu.
Midnight In the Garden of Good and Evil By John Berendt
I have not been able to finish this book. Which is disappointing since we took a visit to Savannah, GA with the hopes of finding the statue that is on the cover. The Bird Girl statue had been removed from the Bonaventure Cemetery due to destruction of the statue after the release of this book. Please visit my Goodreads page for a review.
It’s a toss up between The Lost Girl of Paris or The Zookeepers Wife. I haven’t fully decided.
My commute consists of listening to The F*ck It Diet by Carol Dooner with Talking as Fast as I Can by Lauren Graham ready and waiting.
I am behind on my reading challenge, so wish me luck as I go from 16 to 25 before the end of the year!