Top 10 books to read in March 2018

Here are

The top 10 books I plan to read
in March!

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CURRENTLY READING

    Modern Orthodox Thinkers   Couleurs de l'incendie

Modern Orthodox Thinkers
= awesome presentation of major modern Orthodox thinkers
Couleurs de l’incendie
= French historical novel, sequel to The Great Swindle
So far, not as good

   The Bridge on the Drina  Look for her

The Bridge on the Drina
= classic on my TBR
Look For Her
= thriller received for review

READING NEXT

I Let you go   Portrait of a Murderer

I Let You Go
= thriller lent by a friend
Portrait of a Murderer
= classic, received for review

Romanov Empress   Le voyage d'Octavio

The Romanov Empress
= there’s been recently a lot of novels on the Romanovs.
I can’t pass a novel by CW Gortner!

Le voyage d’Octavio
= French novel on my TBR

CURRENT AND NEXT AUDIOBOOKS

     Temps glaciaires I Always Loved You

Temps glaciaires
= the last book I had not read yet in this series by Fred Vargas!
I Always Loved You
= I have had this one on my TBR for ever,
and I realize the audio should be good,
on painters Mary Cassatt and Edgar Degas

Eiffel Tower Orange

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

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6 thoughts on “Top 10 books to read in March 2018

  1. Among your books, I am most interested in The Romanov Empress. I need to get back to my reread of War and Peace–Russian history exerts such a pull on the mind, heart, and spirit, doesn’t it? If there are any novels I hope to reread in my life, it would be those by Tolstoy and Dostoevsky. And I do admire C. W. Gortner’s high level of craft. By the way, I enjoy your format for showing the upcoming books on deck for you–presenting them in pairs with just enough comment to show why they attracted your interest.

    Yesterday, you mentioned the slowing of reading due to increased duties and observances at your church during Great Lent. I wish you peace in yielding to the beautiful path you are on, and I wish you and your husband many blessings during this Holy season!

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    • Thanks for your kind words. Blessed Lent to you too! Same path, same goal!
      Thanks for noticing the new format, it looked also more simple to me.
      And yes Gortner is such an amazing writer!

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