So, you remember last week, when I didn’t know what to read and I asked you guys? I got a few votes for Station Eleven, a couple for Hausfrau, and one The Library of Mount Char because who can resist a story about librarians?
The Library of Mount Char won out. And I devoured it Friday night on the way home from a school trip to Washington with the girl. And I do mean devoured. If I hadn’t be absolutely exhausted, I would have finished it that night even though it was almost midnight when we got home.
I finished the last 10% the next morning. And now, I am bereft because, again, I don’t know what to read next. Hausfrau and Station Eleven are not calling to me at the moment. I gave Dead Wake a few pages, but I think I want to read that this summer It feels like a summer book. Galileo’s Middle Finger feels too weighty at the moment. I don’t know what I need. NOTHING is really calling to me at the moment.
Up next, I really have no idea. I think I’m going to listen to The Woodcutter by Kate Danley. I’ve put off that reread long enough. Other than that, I really have no idea!
What are your plans for the reading week? Reading anything good this week?
It’s Monday, What are you Reading is hosted weekly by super-awesome Sheila from BookJourney.