10 Books to read in February 2015

I did manage to read 10 books in January, so let’s try that again in February:

  • I plan to read only a chapter a day of the first two
  • Actually already read #3 and #4 since 2/1! and thoroughly enjoying #5
  • The last 2 are audio – I am maybe 75% done with Gone Girl.
    So excited the Modiano was available for review on Audiobook Jukebox, though it’s kind of a shame for me to read Modiano in translation!! I’m curious actually to see if the translation manages to convey his characteristic ambiance.

Click on the covers to know more:

The Fictional 100 The Showings Aoleon 2

Cognac Conspiracies cover The Love Song of Miss Queenie close-to-destiny-cover-3D

The 4th rule of ten Eventide Gone Girl

Suspended Sentences

 

HAVE YOU READ
OR ARE YOU PLANNING TO READ
ANY OF THESE?
WHAT ARE YOUR READING PLANS FOR FEBRUARY?

 

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14 thoughts on “10 Books to read in February 2015

  1. I’ve read Gone Girl and enjoyed it even though those are some sick and twisted people. The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy just came on my radar and it sounds great. The Cognac Conspiracies looks really good and I loved the previous book n the series so I’ll have to check that out as well.

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    • awesome! Be sure to read first though The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, before Queenie’s version of the story.
      Same with me with Gone Girl: usually I have really hard time with unreliable narrators, and as you put it so well “sick and twisted people”, but somehow it’s so well put together

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    • Definitely the first time I enjoy a book with 2 insane unreliable narrators…
      This is not a monthly challenge, just a way to organize myself better, as most of these are books received for reviews, so I have to schedule my reviews for them, and also to give ideas to my readers of books they may not have heard of

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