I just finished "Doc" and am now reading "Queen Sugar"
I just read Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult, Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance, You Will Know Me by Megan Abbott, and an Amelia Earhart book for Johnny's school.
I am STILL reading Life After Life, The Witching Hour and Misery. The Witching Hour and Misery are rereads. I will be honest in that I really don't think I understand everything in Life After Life. I have no idea why I am still reading it.
Yeah it didn't grab me. I didn't even make it the (presumed) life after life . Ditch it and read the First Fifteen Lives of Harry August which I gather is a similar premise.
I just finished Little House in the Big Woods. It's been decades since I've read the series. Before I move onto the next one, I want to read One Second After. I'm kind of interested in the post-apocalyptic genre, so if anyone has recommendations for me, feel free!
"Correlation doesn't imply causation, but it does waggle its eyebrows suggestively and gesture furtively while mouthing 'look over there.'"
I read the first one and then forgot all of the pertinents while waiting for the 2nd one to come out . I plan on doing a read of all three this summer. Glad to hear the series holds up
Apparently there is going to be a new Hugh Howey book out soon that is going to have some Wool stories in it. I'm not familiar with Bird Box - off to investigate
I finished Octavia Butler's Parable of the Sower Friday evening. Very good, but also a wee big scary considering the threat to the institutions that provide checks and balances that is currently happening. I certainly hope it's not prescient.
Started The Goldfinch on Saturday. Off to a good start, I'm intrigued.