May 2015 Bookshelf

I just finished reading, The Lost Wife by Alyson Richman.

On my currently reading bookshelf:

A Higher Standard: Leadership Strategies from America’s First Four Star General by  Ann Dunwoody

The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman

The City Stained Red by Sam Sykes

The Fall of Hyperion by Dan Simmons

Next up

Honeymoon by James Patterson

Justice is for the Lonely: A Kristen Kerry Novel by Steve Clark

Devil in the White City by Erik Larsen

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March 2015 Bookshelf

March 2015 should have been a big reading month because of a lovely beach vacation. Somehow, I failed to become engaged in reading, but enjoyed Mexico. I did enjoy books by two favorites: Nora Roberts and Robyn Carr.

The Right Path by Nora Roberts

Informed Risk and A Hero for Sophie Jones by Robyn Carr

There was another book on my list, but I abandoned it. I will not list it here, but I will say that the structure of the novel was difficult for me to follow. I had a tough time connecting with the characters, and even distinguishing between the narrators.

What I did instead of reading--limo ride in Cancun!

What I did instead of reading–limo ride in Cancun!

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April 2015 Bookshelf

In April I read the three novels in The 100 Series by Morgan Kass. I enjoyed the first two seasons of the show, The 100, on CW which deviates from the books in a very interesting way. I am obsessed with the idea of humanity surviving for several generations on an orbiting station. Well done, Morgan Kass.

The 100 by Morgan Kass

Day 21 by Morgan Kass

Homecoming by Morgan Kass

The Secret Life of Cee Cee Wilkes by Diane Chamberlain

 

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