Friday, June 19, 2015

Friday Book Club

Book club time!! What are you reading and loving this week?

19 comments :

library addict said...

Read the first book in Rebecca Crowley's Elite Operators, Secure Target.

Started Lord of the Abyss on Wednesday while my mom was in surgery, but set it aside as I couldn't concentrate on it. I am enjoying it so far and plan to finish ASAP.

Anonymous said...

Reading K. Armstrong Visions.. Awesome so far.. Hope everything is OK with your mum Library Addict..
Sanja, Croatia

Anonymous said...

I read Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton. It's funny, I saw the movie but never read the book. I skimmed the parts that went into mathematics and other "preaching" parts (it was written in 1990 when cloning was becoming a scientific wonder). The book is a lot more gruesome than the movie so be warned.

Library Addict...hope your mom is doing well.

Patricia S

As The Bead Turns said...

Winged by L.M. Pruit. Loving it.

As The Bead Turns said...

By the way Winged Kindle version is currently free at Amazon US.

Anonymous said...

Just finished Dead Ice by Laurell K Hamilton

Kar said...

I'm reading Paul Cornell's London Falling. I confess I'm having a hard time getting into, but I'll stick it out.

marie3of3 said...

Just finished reading One Night with a Billionaire (Billionaire Boys Club Novel) by Jessica Clare.

Ready to read Jennifer Estep's, Cold Burn of Magic.

Anonymous said...

Your book. My copy of shards of hope finally arrived.

Eva said...

Enjoyed the Night Shift anthology and
I think I`ll try more of Lisa Shearin`s SPI Files Novels.
(A bit crazy, but she made me smile).

tanja mueller said...

Just finished The Last Continent by Terry Pratchett, which was environmentally appropriate reading material, as I'm in Australia at the moment.
I'm also reading Crushed by Elizabeth Crewe ( I love the main characters voice, especially in the first book. She's not quite as mean in the second one), and Perfect State by Brandon Sanderson (think Matrix, but everyone gets to be King of their own reality).

tanja mueller said...

Just finished The Last Continent by Terry Pratchett, which was environmentally appropriate reading material, as I'm in Australia at the moment.
I'm also reading Crushed by Elizabeth Crewe ( I love the main characters voice, especially in the first book. She's not quite as mean in the second one), and Perfect State by Brandon Sanderson (think Matrix, but everyone gets to be King of their own reality).

tanja mueller said...

Just finished The Last Continent by Terry Pratchett, which was environmentally appropriate reading material, as I'm in Australia at the moment.
I'm also reading Crushed by Elizabeth Crewe ( I love the main characters voice, especially in the first book. She's not quite as mean in the second one), and Perfect State by Brandon Sanderson (think Matrix, but everyone gets to be King of their own reality).

tanja mueller said...

Just finished The Last Continent by Terry Pratchett, which was environmentally appropriate reading material, as I'm in Australia at the moment.
I'm also reading Crushed by Elizabeth Crewe ( I love the main characters voice, especially in the first book. She's not quite as mean in the second one), and Perfect State by Brandon Sanderson (think Matrix, but everyone gets to be King of their own reality).

tanja mueller said...

Just finished The Last Continent by Terry Pratchett, which was environmentally appropriate reading material, as I'm in Australia at the moment.
I'm also reading Crushed by Elizabeth Crewe ( I love the main characters voice, especially in the first book. She's not quite as mean in the second one), and Perfect State by Brandon Sanderson (think Matrix, but everyone gets to be King of their own reality).

tanja mueller said...

Just finished The Last Continent by Terry Pratchett, which was environmentally appropriate reading material, as I'm in Australia at the moment.
I'm also reading Crushed by Elizabeth Crewe ( I love the main characters voice, especially in the first book. She's not quite as mean in the second one), and Perfect State by Brandon Sanderson (think Matrix, but everyone gets to be King of their own reality).

tanja mueller said...

Just finished The Last Continent by Terry Pratchett, which was environmentally appropriate reading material, as I'm in Australia at the moment.
I'm also reading Crushed by Elizabeth Crewe ( I love the main characters voice, especially in the first book. She's not quite as mean in the second one), and Perfect State by Brandon Sanderson (think Matrix, but everyone gets to be King of their own reality).

tanja mueller said...

Just finished The Last Continent by Terry Pratchett, which was environmentally appropriate reading material, as I'm in Australia at the moment.
I'm also reading Crushed by Elizabeth Crewe ( I love the main characters voice, especially in the first book. She's not quite as mean in the second one), and Perfect State by Brandon Sanderson (think Matrix, but everyone gets to be King of their own reality).

Eva said...

Just finished Highland Wolf Pact: A Scottish Werewolf Shifter Romance by Selena Kitt.