Sep 17, 2016

Sunday Salon: Some Books Require the RIght Frame of Mind

There are books and ebooks I have only half-read and these I know I'll get back to once in the right frame of mind. 

The Night Circus and its magical environment by Erin Morgenstern is one such book. It's a good book though I'm not really a fan of this genre.

I did finish Cara Black's Murder on the QuaiThe Grand Tour by Adam O'Fallon Price; and The Last Kasmiri Rose by Barbara Cleverly.

I am now reading a WWII historical novel, 
The Girl from Venice by Martin Cruz Smith, an ARC I won from Shelf Awareness, the hardcover to be released October 18, 2016 by Simon and Schuster.

The Plan, a romance by Kelly Bennett Seiler, published September 20, 2016, arrived in the mail, thanks to Simon and Schuster's Infinite Words.  

What are you reading this week?
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9 comments:

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

I am curious about The Plan. Enjoy! Thanks for sharing, and here are MY WEEKLY UPDATES

Greg said...

I've heard of Night Circus but was never really sure it was for me.

Rachel said...

I've heard some really great things about The Night Circus. Too bad you weren't in the right frame of mind to read it. But if you don't like the genre, then it would make reading it difficult. :)

Mary (Bookfan) said...

Nice win! The cover of The Plan is intriguing. Enjoy!

Elizabeth said...

I like the looks of The Girl From Venice.

The cover of The Plan is interesting, but I can't figure out what it is. :)

ENJOY your reading week.

Elizabeth
Silver's Reviews
My Mailbox Monday

Unknown said...

The Girl from Venice was a miss for me. I hope you like it!

Nise' said...

I could not get into The Night Circus, but have not given up on it yet. I am interested in The Plan.

Mystica said...

Nice selection of reads. Enjoy them all.

Serena said...

Oooo The Girl from Venice sounds great

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