The top 6 books I plan to read
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The Face of Another
= thoroughly enjoying this Japanese classic (for Classics club)
Elder Sebastian of Optina
= I really enjoy the Fathers of Optina,
and a friend lent me this volume of the series
= Australian crime fiction, received through Edelweiss
Le voyage d’Octavio
= French novel (still!) on my TBR
CURRENT AND NEXT AUDIOBOOKS
Un peu plus loin sur la droite
Sans feu ni lieu
= I suddenly realized that the series I have been recently read and followed,
Fred Vargas wrote a previous series ! Just 3 books alas.
I listened to the 1st in April, these are the 2nd and the 3rd
HAVE YOU READ
OR ARE YOU PLANNING TO READ
ANY OF THESE?
WHAT ARE YOUR READING PLANS FOR MAY?
Elder Sebastian of Optina looks very interesting, an important story for the persistence of faith in Russia amid persecution.
Le voyage d’Octavio, set in Venezuela, might go on my TBR too!
Have a lovely month of May, reading/listening and otherwise.
Miguel Bonnefoy is quite popular in France right now, he has a new book out
This is a wonderfully varied list…. of which I have read none 🙂
Ah! you need to read the classic The Face of Another. very interesting!!
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That is an interesting list! So far in May I have read Armageddon by Leon Uris and Lawn Boy by Jonathan Evison. Today I will start Next Year in Havana by Chanel Cleeton. Looking forward to seeing you on my blog: keepthewisdom.blogspot.com.
I have to look into this. By the way, it would be better to link your website to your ID, right now it shows only your email and IP!
also, I wish there were a like button on your posts. I often visit, but I often don’t have anything to say. I would love to click on like as a sign of my visit
Happy to see you’ll be reading Resurrection Bay. I love Emma Viskic!
except way too many f* words. For me, a good author should be able able to use a larger variety of words!! If I had not requested it, I would DNF it