The top 10 books I plan to read
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A Prodigal Saint:
Father John of Kronstadt and the Russian People
= scholarly biography of the most well known 19th century Russian saint,
quite an eye-opener!
= enjoying it even more than I did decades ago,
because now I can see the connections/differences with the Divine Comedy.
Marie-Antoinette’s Darkest Days
= for a book tour organized by France Book Tours
The Enemies of Versailles
= awesome historical novel, for a tour organized by France Book Tours.
We still have a few ebooks available,
go right away if you want to reserve your spot!
= received for review.
I can’t remember why I said yes,
it’s better be good!
The Sun King Conspiracy
= I couldn’t pass this offer!
= Classic on my TBR and
read with Catching up on Classics
La nuit sacrée
and to read with Travel the world with books (Morocco)
CURRENT AND NEXT AUDIOBOOKS
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
= my awesome audiobook project,
all Sherlock Holmes,
narrated by Simon Prebble
The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes
HAVE YOU READ
OR ARE YOU PLANNING TO READ
ANY OF THESE?
WHAT ARE YOUR READING PLANS FOR MARCH?
I detect a bit of a Versailles/historical theme going on there…
they both happen to be tours I organize at France Book Tours:
if you read fast, you could still request the nonfiction on Marie-Antoinette:
I’m delighted that you are reading a book from Morocco for Travel the World in Books. I suggested a few books from northeast Africa, realizing that there is another world of North African literature in French. I will be eager to hear about La Nuit Sacrée!
yes, there are definitely a lot of French writing authors from these countries, some even hot in the news these days, like Boualem Sansal
Varied selection I’m planning late march round man booker before that clear review tbr as ever
you’re certainly going to be au fait with Versailles and the Ancien Régime by the end of this month
lol, they happen to be 2 books I’m organizing tours for, at France Book Tours
Currently i’m reading Corporate Safari – A well written book and a must read for all ages of corporate professionals, the book has a message for both sides of management – The board level and the employees / working professionals. In Corporate Safari, Raj Pillai discusses the very issue faced by the men in suits, by giving live examples and illustrating the solutions to some of these problems. Mr. Raj Pillai ends the story with a big message to all of us that “be truthful, only focus on organizational objectives”, you will always be a winner, sooner or later. http://bit.ly/2lMlcJn
thanks for sharing.
I’m doing a little rereading in March (Anne of Green Gables). I’m also listening to a travel narrative called The Old Ways. The author takes us on walks.
Wonderful! The Old Ways is actually on my TBR! I cried so much when I read Anne, so I don’t think I will revisit her too soon
Good luck with your March reading!!
thanks, you too. any special plan?