Happy MLK Day! It’s Monday again, which means it’s time to share my latest endeavors. Even if you don’t participate regularly or don’t intend to, feel free to talk about what books you’re reading in the comments.
I polished off The Jazz Cage by Ray Chen Smith (review here) and the Russian novel Death and the Penguin by Andrey Kurkov. More on that this week! In short, it’s good and depressing at the same time — so one of “those” books.
I know there’s a sequel, so I’m going to have to read that because I flew through this one.
That makes two books so far for what’s looking like a very busy 2013. :)
What I’m reading now
Here I come, The Casual Vacancy! Yay! I’ve been looking forward to this one.
February is around the corner, which means I need to read a historical mystery for the Eclectic Reader Challenge. Not sure yet what I’m going to pick. Any suggestions?
I need to squeeze in The Fault in Our Stars next month, too. LONG OVERDUE. And I want to read Boneshaker since I came across that recently.
What are your reading plans? What books have you discovered lately? Any good recommendations — or words of caution? ;)