I read some amazing books in November/December 2010, and am half-through some others. Here’s a partial list!
- The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton (a MUST READ! Tons of twists!)
- The Book of Air and Shadows by Michael Gruber (I admit, I don’t have a clue as to what this book is about. But I think I’m enjoying it.)
- Memory Boy by Will Weaver (The. Best. YA. Book. I’ve. Read. Period.)
- Hollywood by Charles Bukowski (just because.)
- The Lost Art of Real Cooking by Ken Albala and Rosanna Nafziger (If you’ve ever wanted to make your own cheese, ketchup, yogurt, or preserved lemons, this is your book!)
- The Complete Riddlemaster Trilogy (Riddlemaster of Hed) by Patricia A. McKillip (A masterpiece. I’ve been re-reading it for almost 30 years now.)
- Coming Home by Rosamund Pilcher (another favorite re-read)
- How to Cook a Wolf by MFK Fisher (I adore reading cook books when they’re written like this one and like #5.)
- The Mummy by Anne Rice (A classic. What the movie should have been.)
- Poemcrazy by Susan Goldsmith Woolridge (I’ve had this for awhile. Dipping in is remarkably refreshing.)
- Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen (Fabulous. Just…fabulous.)
- These Old Shades by Georgette Heyer (My all-time favorite Regency romance author)
- A Matter of Class by Mary Balogh (Another Regency, but one with twists, turns, and a wonderful ending that makes complete sense.)
There you have it. What have you been reading lately?
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