Thursday reading

Watership Down, by Richard Adams (a chapter a week)
Lord Valentine’s Castle, by Robert Silverberg
Divorcing Jack, by Colin Bateman

Last books finished
Gulp, by Mary Roach
The King's Speech, by Mark Logue and Peter Conradi
Doctor Who – The Drosten’s Curse, by A.L. Kennedy 

Next books
Building Confidence in Peace, by Erol Kaymak, Alexandros Lordos and Nathalie Tocci
A Visitor’s Companion to Tudor England, by Suzannah Lipscomb
Mission: Impractical, by David A. McIntee 

Books acquired in last week
Americanah, by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Short Trips: Zodiac, edited by Jacqueline Rayner

One thought on “Thursday reading

  1. Enjoyed this series quite a bit.
    Starts out so carefree, freckles and music, families and art, gets you wound up in their lives and dreams and then goes for the jugular with everything negative that can happen in a totalitarian regime on every level, from tribal to pre-industrial.

    I also enjoyed another series I started by reading the fourth book, namely Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series, which has been picked up by the Starz network and is supposed to be the next Game of Thrones. I doubt I would have read it had I not started with book 4.

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