GOOD BOOKS FOR YOUR WEEK-END 05/28-29

GOOD BOOKS FOR YOUR WEEK-END 

05/28-29 2011

El Ateneo bookstore in Buenos Aires

I could not resist reposting this picture posted recent;y by lots of book bloggers, just to make you dream a minute!

Good Books for Your Week-end is back, after 2 weeks off to warmer skies…

So to compensate, here are 10 titles for your week-end. As usual, click on the link to get a review by another book blogger. The book blogging world is very busy this week, with the Armchair BEA [Book Expo America]. I’ve had the chance to post a couple of posts on it, and to participate a bit in live chat and Twitter parties. People DO read, that’s for sure!

As for me, I just finished Doc, by Mary Doria Russell – a “double review” surprise! should come soon next week. I’ll go on with the Sword Song this week-end. The audiobook I’m currently listening to, Cutting For Stone, is excellent!

So here are 10 suggestions, based on titles I stumbled upon recently:

FICTION:
WWW: Wake, by Robert Sawyer
The Stars My Destination, by Alfred Bester
The Book of Tomorrow, By Cecelia Ahern
The Cellist of Sarajevo, by Steven Galloway
The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake, by Aimee Bender
Bad Dirt, by Annie Proulx
The Violets of March, by Sarah Jio
The Tale of Genji, by Lady Murasaki

NON-FICTION:
Heretics: The Creation of Christianity from the Gnostics to the Modern Church, by Jonathan Wright
People of the Book, by Geraldine Brooks

ANY INTERESTING TITLE HERE FOR YOU?

ANY OTHER READING PLAN AND SUGGESTION FROM YOU?

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