Welcome to my weekly Saturday feature here at Erin Reads, where I highlight new books that have entered my life, what I’ve been reading, and what’s happened on Erin Reads over the past week.
No vlog again this week, as my only new acquisition was a copy of Animal Farm by George Orwell for May’s Reading Buddies. (Want to join me??) I do have some exciting books theoretically on their way to me (or soon to be!), so hopefully I’ll be back to vlogging soon!
Just one this week: The Paris Wife by Paula McLain. I’m always looking for good audiobooks, so I’m taking Mary’s advice and adding this one to my list. I had no idea it was about Hemingway!
Read This Week
It’s been a satisfying reading week. I finished The Hill of Devi by E.M. Forster for my classics project, The Corrections for Reading Buddies, and Monsters of Men by Patrick Ness. Getting those three off my plate has freed up my time for Miss New India by Bharati Mukherjee, which I’m half way through and really enjoying so far!
On audio, I’m most of the way through Bodily Harm by Margaret Atwood. It’s not one of my favorites of hers, but that doesn’t mean much as I’ve yet to encounter a book by Atwood I haven’t liked quite a bit.
Erin Reads Recap
- On Monday I shared my thoughts on Made for You and Me by Caitlin Shetterly.
- Wednesday’s Classics Reclamation Project post looked at The Hill of Devi by E.M. Forster.
- Finally, yesterday, I posted the Reading Buddies wrap-up for The Corrections by Jonathan Franzen. (Interested in Reading Buddies? May’s books are Animal Farm by George Orwell and Bel Canto by Ann Patchett. Feel free to read along!)
How was your reading week? Do tell!