Top 11 Books to read in September 2017

Here are

The top 11 books I plan to read
in September!

 Click on the covers to know more

CURRENTLY READING

   Merle cover  Concerto pour quatre mains

  paradise-lost    Regard du Ressuscité

Blackbird Fly

Merle
= for France Book Tours.
Concerto pour quatre mains
= reading 5 or 6 chapters every week with a French student
Paradise Lost

= half done!!!
Regard du Ressuscité
= unique Orthodox book in French on icons
Blackbird Fly
= translating it into French!

READING NEXT

Frenchman-ebook-cover   REQUIEM-IN-YQUEM cover

Coffin Road    The Shadow Land

The Frenchman
= for France Book Tours
Requiem in Yquem
= also for France Book Tours.
Coffin Road
= didn’t I get it at Book Expo 2016??
I did, I know, I know…
The Shadow Land
= maybe.
I have enjoyed several books by Kostova,
but hesitating on this one.
What do you think?


CURRENT AND NEXT AUDIOBOOKS

     The Golden Key  Sous les vents de Neptune

The Golden Key
= received at BEA16, but found a good audio of it
Sous les vents de Neptune
= persevering in the Fred Vargas series
Eiffel Tower Orange

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

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9 thoughts on “Top 11 Books to read in September 2017

  1. In September, I will continue reading The Brontës: Wild Genius on the Moors by Juliet Barker for my TuesBookTalk Goodreads group. I also plan to read The Consulting Detective Trilogy: Part II. On Stage by Darlene Cypser, an avid and creative Sherlockian. I am continuing Heart of the Redeemer by Timothy O’Donnell, and I hope to read a few chapters from Towards a Civilization of Love, proceedings from a 1981 Congress on the Heart of Jesus. A friend recommended Imagine Heaven by John Burke, which chronicles the abundant near-death-experiences and their commonalities. Finally, I will continue The Light Shines On in the Darkness: Transforming Suffering Through Faith by Fr Robert Spitzer.

    Looking ahead, I decided I want to get back into reading Dickens, so I will read The Old Curiosity Shop for my Christmas reading. Since I am so slow, I’d better start early if I want to finish by Christmas!

    Enjoy your interesting selections, Emma!

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