I have a big ol’ stack of library books with me in Spain and I hope they have been good companions on the holiday, especially on the 20-hour ferry rides there and back (I’m scheduling this before we set off).
Margaret shared a lovely post about a grandchild’s early appreciation of the local library. And Naomi reviewed three novels she has recently read from the library, two I loved and one I’m partway through.
Since last month, here are my stats…
- Elizabeth Finch by Julian Barnes
- Yinka, Where is Your Huzband? by Lizzie Damilola Blackburn
- Falling Angels by Tracy Chevalier (reread for May’s book club meeting)
- Bitch: The Female of the Species by Lucy Cooke (review pending for Shelf Awareness)
- The Sentence by Louise Erdrich
- The Exhibitionist by Charlotte Mendelson
- French Braid by Anne Tyler
With loads still on the go, and a preposterous number of reservations pending and hopefully not all arriving while I’m away.
What have you been reading or reviewing from the library recently?
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