Thursday, October 3, 2013

Oops I Did It Again.... (& help me pick what to read next!)

It's been awful quiet around here, huh? I cannot wait for life to quiet down in my neck of the woods! In the meantime, I've been thinking a lot of things over in regard to this blog and figuring out how I want to do things going forward. I will definitely be sharing those thoughts with you all soon, but I was hoping I could pop back in here for some quick advice. You see, I'm going to be doing some travelling soon and will have a lot of train and plane reading time -- is it just me or do any of you look forward to the actual traveling (aka uninterrupted reading time) almost as much as the trip itself? The way things have been around here, a six hour flight in which I can devour a novel sounds like absolute heaven!

Anyway, I'm a paper book girl through and through, so I have to plan very carefully which books I bring with me so they can actually fit in my luggage. I don't think I have room for more than 3 hardcovers and I'm already 100% sure I want to bring Kate Morton's newest because I CANNOT believe I have not read it yet. I mean I only bought it the minute it was published... Sooo here are the next ones on my list and I was wondering if any of you lovelies recommends any particular one over another. Any recommendations appreciated!

Already in my suitcase:
The Secret Keeper,
by Kate Morton

I just can't decide because I want to read them ALL. Come to think of it, I bought most of these the minute they came out, and still haven't read them. Shame on me!
The River of No Return,
by Bee Ridgway

The Cuckoo's Calling,
by JK Rowling,
I mean Robert Galbraith
(& yes, I bought the UK edition
because I hate the US cover)

The Golem and the Jinni,
by Helene Wecker

These next 2 are a package deal; if I go the All Souls trilogy route, I'm bring both books:
A Discover of Witches,
by Deborah Harkness

Shadow of Night,
by Deborah Harkness

by Dan Brown

The fact I haven't read this one yet is bordering on pathetic...
by Lauren Oliver

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So what do you think?