Yes, that is how many books I’ve been reading for the last 4 days. Needless to say there is much catching up to do on my blog.
The Girl Who Fell from the Sky was fascinating. Some people are really twisted.
Question of Belief, A by Donna Leon. I love this series. I don’t even know why. Well, I know it’s because of the way Venice is another character in the book. But I don’t know why that appeals to me so much. I have no desire to go to Venice.
Making Rounds with Oscar: The Extraordinary Gift of an Ordinary Cat tells you right in the prologue that the cat doesn’t die in the course of this book. Practically everyone else does, but it takes place in a nursing home. That’s the point of the book.
Soulless is another vampire romance book, sort of. The gimmick is the main character has no soul, therefore her touch counteracts the states of werewolf and vampire. Interesting concept. It works in this steampunk novel.
The Whole Five Feet: What the Great Books Taught Me About Life, Death, and Pretty Much Everything Else You think this is going to be about this guy reading The Harvard Classics. And it is. But it’s also about the crazy and horrible things that happened in his life while he read them. I think this turned out a lot more personal than the author expected going in.
The Spellmans Strike Again: A Novel Another series I can’t get enough of. Isabel Spellman is rebellious and contrary and a P.I. in her family’s firm. The things this family does to each other. Oy! Absolutely hilarious.
This Book Is Overdue!: How Librarians and Cybrarians Can Save Us All This is about how librarians are not going to be unnecessary in the future. Made me want to go to library school.