February Reading List

Where in the heck did January go?  Don’t they always say that month feels like the longest?  It certainly didn’t feel that way for me; as I’ve mentioned several times (sorry!) my workload has been crazy and as much as I complain about it at least it does make the time pass very quickly.  Add to that a renewed commitment to exercise and get fit and unfortunately something has to give; which has been my reading time.  I of course still managed to find time to read, and finished or started everything on my list for January, but I have not been able to read as much as I like, nor to spend time on writing and posting reviews.  I am really hoping that things at work calm down enough soon where I won’t need to work weekends, but lately when I think I see a light in the tunnel it is a freight train.

Anyways, on to what I plan to read in February:

For Review:

Beyond the Possible by Cecil Williams and Janice Mirikitani

Not Less than Everything edited by Catherine Wolff

Capital of the World:  The Race to Host the United Nations by Charlene Mires

For Reading Challenges:

Finding Me in France by Bobbi French

Ghost Soldiers by Hampton Sides

The Thief of Auschwitz by Jon Clinch

For Book Club:

The Hare with Amber Eyes by Edmund De Waal

Hopefully I’ll have time for more, but …..



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9 Responses to February Reading List

  1. Iris says:

    I started reading The Hare with the Amber Eyes about a month ago. I know that this is exactly the kind of book that I should love, but I haven’t managed to really get into it (I’m ashamed to admit it!). I hope to try again soon. And given the many enthusiastic responses it has had there’s a good chance you’d like it much better! I hope you do 🙂

  2. pburtp says:

    I loved Clinch’s Kings of the Earth so I am really looking forward to your thoughts on his latest work.

    • bibliosue says:

      I wasn’t thrilled with Kings of the Earth but I am looking forward to reading The Thief of Auschwitz. He decided to self-publish, which is interesting.

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  4. all of these sound like ones that will be good — enjoy

  5. Leeswammes says:

    I haven’t read any of these books – look forward to your opinion of them. Hope your book group either likes the book a lot or hates it, so you can have a good discussion about it!

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