All the visiting family went home early this week, and our regular quiet resumed. It was nice to get back to normal, although I did feel like I needed a weekend right away. So much so that I really thought Tuesday was Thursday, and was severely sadden to learn my mistake. But at least it gave me more time to read, which I definitely used.
A Grown-Up Kind of Pretty – A gorgeous Southern family story that was very moving and emotional.
The Land of the Shadow – An engaging story about building and defending community in a post-apocalypse world.
Poison Dance – A fun short story that seemed to have a slightly rushed ending.
Everybody Has Everything – I found this book to be underwhelming, and with a very depressing feel.
Sisters of Treason – Yes, I read this right away. The allure of Tudor court intrigue was too strong. It’s just so passionate and complex.
Catching Fire – When I saw the audiobook available at the library, I figured I might as well finish reading the series. No regrets at all, this was a good book 2.
Sisters of Treason by Elizabeth Fremantle