Monday, November 09, 2009

It's Monday 11/9! What Are You Reading?

More sick days last week, but I think I'm on my way back finally. I seem to have caught the virus the rest of my family had a couple of weeks ago. I'm still dealing with congestion and a mild fever, but my energy is slowly coming back up. Thanks for all of the kind words and well wishes!

Last week:
  • I read Sent by Margaret Haddix, book 2 of The Missing, her exciting time-travel series for middle-grade readers. My son and I love this series!
  • I started Megan's Way by Melissa Foster, a review novel about a woman who is dying of cancer. I've had a hard time getting into this book - maybe because I haven't felt well or maybe because I so strongly disagreed with the main character's actions at the start of the book - but I'm sticking with it to see what happens.
  • I started a new audio book, Return to Sullivan's Island by Dorothea Benton Frank. I didn't read Sullivan's Island, but I hope that doesn't matter. This seems to be more of a follow-up than a sequel. I received the audio for review, and it just caught my eye. Anyone else read this book or something else from this author?
If you're interested in the kids' and YA books the rest of my family is reading, check out Great Books for Kids and Teens.

I posted reviews last week of a wonderful memoir, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, and a great middle-grade mystery, The Mystery of the Third Lucretia.

So, what are YOU reading this week?

(What are you reading Monday is sponsored by J. Kaye's Book Blog)


  1. I'll be interested in your final assessment of Megan's Way.
    I know many are fans of DBFrank. Hope you enjoy it!

    Hope you continue to feel well this week, Sue.

  2. Anonymous3:38 PM

    For some reason I could never get into Dorothea Benton Frank's books.

  3. Great review books, it looks as though you have a full week ahead. Mine is here:

  4. Looking forward to your review of Megan's Way, it's one I'm interested in reading. Hope you have a good week :-)

  5. Looks like some good reads! Feel better!