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Monday, February 1, 2010

Monday Reading 2010/02/01

A weekly event to celebrate what we are reading for the week as well as books completed the previous week.
(hosted weekly by J.Kaye's Book Blog)

Still Reading
  • Poison Sleep by T.A. Pratt
    Marla Mason #2
  • Collision Course by William Shatner
    Star Trek Academy #1
  • Nightlife by Rob Thurman
    Cal Leandros #1
  • Hunting Fear by Kay Hooper
    Bishop Special Crimes Unit #7
  • Hero by Perry Moore
  • Soon I Will Be Invincible by Austin Grossman

Still Listening To
  • The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle
    Sherlock Holmes Anthologies #1
     (audio book read by John Telfer)
  • Another Faust by Daniel and Dina Nayeri
    Another #1
     (audio book read by Katherine Kellgren)

New Reviews

It's Midterm Season (2 this week, and 2 the next), which means the only things I'll be reading for now will probably be my study notes and textbooks =(
I will sneak in some book-time when my brain starts cramping though, and maybe even finish one of the many listed above that I'm currently working my way through...

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Sandra said...

You've got a lot of reading on the go. Don't know where you find the time with studies too. Have a good reading week.

Becky said...

Wow, you do have a lot on the go! I hope that you are enjoying Sherlock Holmes, I love those books!

I know how you feel about having trouble fitting in the reading. I complained of the same thing in my Its Monday What are you reading

ibeeeg said...

Best wishes on the midterms. Hope you can find some time for your personal reading.

Gwen said...

I lover Sherlock!

dArLyN said...

Hope you like Sherlock Holmes! honestly, i like dr.watson better =p

Michelle said...

I've not quite been able to bring myself to buy the Shatner Star Trek book. I've bought his Teklords, one of the other books he wrote.

Something tells me that a Shatner-penned Star Trek book would be a little too Kirk-heavy for my taste.

Melissa (My World) said...

Are you enjoying Poison Sleep? I read all the books that TA Pratt had out in the series. I enjoyed them, although there was one that was a little slower moving for me, I can't remember which one it was. I would have to go back and flip though the books quickly to tell you which one.

Are you enjoying the Rob Thurman series? I have this on my list to start, hopefully soon.

Happy reading!

Jennifer said...

Excellent reading selections, enjoy all of them! My monday, if you have the time:

Tracy said...

Wow, you have a lot of books on the go. Good luck in your midterms.

Stephanie said...

These look good! I haven't yet read any Sherlock Holmes. I think I should. I've heard good things about the recent movie adaptation, too.

ninefly said...

@ Sandra, ibeeeg, Jennifer, Tracy
thanks! I'm hoping I'll have more time near the end of the week to at least finish two of those books on the list lol

@ Becky, Gwen, dArLyN, Stephanie
I'm really loving the Sherlock series right now, will be posting more reviews as I work through more audiobooks =) and the movie was AMAZING (naturally, since it has RDJ =D)

@ Michelle
yeah, I heard warnings about it too, and I'm not really fond of either of Kirk's incarnations (TOS or reboot), but I still went ahead and got it
have to say I'm not enjoying it as much (as I feared), but it is a passable mystery sci-fi novel, and Spock does get at least 1/3 of the attention lol

@ Melissa
I do like the Marla series, just a bit put off by some of the more juvenile is fun to read about Marla falling under the lovespell of some guy though, major crack lol
as for Rob Thurman...the story is interesting, but the writing and dialogue is very grade-school/middle-school worthy...if you don't mind that, I'm sure you can enjoy it =)

Lydia (The Lost Entwife) said...

I love, love the Sherlock Holmes stories!

Jo said...

I've been wanting to read The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.

Good luck with getting in your reading and doing well with school.

Alyssa Kirk @ Teens Read and Write said...

I love reading Sherlock Holmes. Have fun!