Wednesday, September 28, 2016

What Are You Reading? ~ September 28, 2016

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What are you Reading?  Let me know what your current read is, what you recently finish reading, and what you plan on reading next! 

Here's my list: 


I've just started  The Dead & the Gone (Last Survivors, Bk 2) by Susan Beth Pfeffer. I'm excited to read this because I loved book one of the series. Hopefully, this will be just as good. The same catastrophic event, different town, different people. 

I didn't get much reading done in A Clash of Kings (A Song of Fire and Ice, Bk 2) by George R.R. Martin this week. I think I read one chapter.



I finished reading Life as We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer and LOVED it! I really like survivalist stories, so it makes sense that I would love this. It makes me want to start stockpiling food! I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series.





I also finished reading My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows. It was really good! I loved this alternative history with a little paranormal thrown into the mix. I'll have a review up soon! 







What's next? Unless I need a break, I'm planning on reading the next in the Last Survivors series, This World We Live In (Bk 3) by Susan Beth Pfeffer.








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I'm linking up with This Week In Books hosted by Lipsyy Lost & Found.


And with Sam @ Taking on a World of Words


So, tell me, what are you reading? 

8 comments:

  1. I am still reading "Darcy by any other name" by Laura Hile (the book is wonderful and a page-turner and I am not a slow reader, it is just that recently and unfortunately time for reading is not among my top priorities). I fully understand your reluctance to try a book with Darcy in Collins' body, I had the same, but the plot and its development and the artful writing style conquers any feelings of trepidation a reader might have. Darcy proves that he is great even as Collins and Collins stays cowardly and petty himself even in fashinable clothes and handsome body. And there are lots of swoony romantic scenes. Well, I have not finished the book yet, so at the moment I can provide no guarantees that the ending is as good as the beginning and the middle part. But still I recommend you to give it a try:)
    And I am glad that you liked Life As We Knew It:) I also like survivalist books and movies and consider them to be quick reference manuals for dummies (just in case I might need some ideas).

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  2. Lol, Oloore! Yes, they are great reference manuals in case we need to know what to do or not do in the same situation! Although, of course, they are not always accurate! I kept thinking while reading 'Life As We Knew It', how do they have water when they have no power? Even with their own well, the pump needs electricity - unless it has a manual pump, but then you have to pump it, and she didn't talk about that. But I still loved the story and thought the mom was very smart.

    And yes, I should give 'Darcy by Any Other Name' a try! I'm sure Laura did a great job; it just gives me the willies! Lol! I like the thought that Darcy keeps his integrity even in Collins' body. Very interesting! Ha! I can't even imagine Collins' in Darcy's body.

    Thanks so much for stopping by! I love hearing your thoughts on DBAPN! I hope you have more time to read this week! :)

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  3. That's great that this new survivor series has your interest so peaked. I love those, too. The alternative history one has my eye and I look forward to your review.

    I just finished The Many Lives of Mr. Darcy by Beau North and Brooke West and also Dangerously Charming by Deborah Blake. Now I'm reading Kaki Warner's Texas Tall.

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    1. Hello, Sophia Rose! Yes, I'm really enjoying this series. Although, I'm not as fond of the characters in this second book. :/

      Ooh! How did you like The Many Lives of Mr. Darcy? I'm part of the upcoming blog tour. Just a guest post, not a review. I love the cover! I can't wait to read your thoughts on it. :)

      Have a great week!

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  4. Good luck with A Clash of Kings! That's a long one so it will take some time. Happy reading and thanks for participating in WWW Wednesday!

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    1. Thanks, Sam! I think A Clash of Kings might be on the back burner for a bit since I'm so loving the Last Survivors series. There are four books in the series, but I'm devouring them so it shouldn't take long. :)

      And you're welcome! It's fun. Thanks for taking the time to comment here; I know how much time it takes visiting everyone!

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    1. Hi, Lipsyy! Yes, My Lady Jane was very good! Thanks for stopping by! :)

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