Where’s Your Bookmark Today?

Posted on April 6, 2009. Filed under: library | Tags: |

I am reading I’m Looking Through You: Growing Up Haunted, by Jennifer Finney Boylan.

I just started reading this title, but so far it has proven to be very good. The book is a memoir, recounting the young life of a haunted individual with some unique circumstances surrounding her life. The author jumps from past to present frequently, providing an interesting double narrative. I look forward to reading more.

Where’s your bookmark today?


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I am reading “Dark of Night” by Suzanne Brockmann.

This romantic suspense book is a fast-paced thriller! The long-lasting romantic triangle of Decker, Sophia and Dave is going through some dramatic changes in this book. Can hardly wait to see who Brockmann leaves together in the end!!!

Sounds great Libby!
Thanks for adding to the blog. Let us know what you think when you’re done.

-Heath, McCracken Co. Public Librarian

I just finished Uncle Tom’s Cabin, and am about to begin The Host by Stephanie Meyer. Uncle Tom’s Cabin was hard to read- it is a sad story. I am hoping that the Stephanie Meyer will be a little lighter! Does any one else go on goodreads.com? I always post what I am reading on there.

Congratulations on finishing Uncle Tom’s Cabin! It’s a wonderful classic. It has been some time since I read it, and I find myself wondering if I should read it again. Thanks for the inspiration.

I am reading “The Hour I First Believed” by Wally Lamb. It’s a fictional account of a teacher and his wife who were employed at Columbine High School during the infamous shootings in 1999.
I’ve only just started but I’ve read the author before, and this one sounds like an interesting premise.

Nice job on the blog, Heath!

sounds like a good book, Ashley, I’ll have to put it on my “to read” list!

I am currently reading The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. It is told from a very interesting perspective as it is narrated by Death. I only just started but an already hooked.

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