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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Weekly #MEME: What Are You Reading?

From the Literary Addicts Website
What am I reading this week?

After a few weeks where it was a piles of virtual books on my Kindle that kept me frantically reading, trying to keep up with the schedule, I've taken a few weeks to just sit back and read the books I want to read. Especially the books I've had on NetGalley that I've requested at the beginning of the summer with no hope to read them.
So, these are the books I plan on reading in the next few weeks:

  • The Legend of Sheba: Rise of a Queen by Tosca Lee: This book has been calling me since I read Iscariot by the same author. I was impressed by her writing style, by her ability to get into the head of one of the most vilified men in the history of the world: Judas Iscariot. Don't stone me or nothing, but I kinda like Judas. The more I try to delve into him, the more I see him as a misguided human, very similar to many of us in our lives.
  • Dr Who: The Crawling Terror by Mike Tucker: Since Twelve has come onto the scene, I've felt the need to dig more into this facet of the Doctor. What better than to read some of his adventures? However, I think this may give me some creepy crawly nightmares....*shudder*
  • Doctor Who: The Blood Cell by James Goss: Yet another possibility of seeing more into Twelve.
  • Kidnapped by the Taliban by Dilip Joseph MD and James Lund: After just finishing The Son of Hamas, I find myself on a Middle Eastern fling, perhaps in an effort to understand more of the news going on in that region.
  • Psalms for Everyone Part 2 by John E Goldingay: I've actually finished this book, but haven't had the time to sit down and compose my thoughts into a review. Its been so long, I'm going to have to re-read.

7 comments:

  1. I can relate to having too many books piled up to read! Good luck in getting through your stack. These all sound very interesting!

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  2. You have eclectic taste like me :D The Sheba book looks excellent. ~Mandie

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    1. Yup Mandie, I think the only thing I won't "read" are cook books! :D

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  3. I love seeing all the new books! I am the same way with piles of books to read! I can see my pile getting bigger seeing all these new books that interest me :)

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    1. Isn't it crazy? I'm sure I have titles from two years ago in my TBR pile....and I know it will just get bigger

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  4. Too many books? I have no idea what you mean. *whistles and looks away*

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