Gone Girl-Gillian Flynn
My sister gave this one two thumbs up, and when I heard that the novel may be adapted to film, I decided to give it a try. I've been on the waiting list at the library for ages, and was finally able to pick it up this week. It looks like a dark read, but interesting. Husband is the prime suspect in the disappearance of his wife. Or is he?
Lights Out- David Crawford
I'm actually almost finished with this one, but thought I'd add it to the list anyways. T let me borrow it on my new Kindle, and because he rarely reads and mentioned liking it, I wanted to check it out. Not the best written fiction I've ever read, but a gripping plot. It made me think a lot about how many things we take for granted (easy access to food, electricity, medical supplies, clean water, etc). I don't know how the story will play out, but it's been exciting to follow the main character as he tries to protect his family after electricity disappears everywhere.
Safe Haven- Nicholas Sparks
Thing is, I am probably one of the few people who doesn't really like Sparks' writing. The stories all seem to follow the same formula. But the premise for Safe Haven looks a little different, and the "preview" pages I read on Kindle intrigued me enough to want to keep reading.
I, Elizabeth- Rosalind Miles
I love history, and I've always been fascinated by Elizabeth I. In "Elizabeth's" voice...
Inspired You- Marian Parsons (Miss Mustard Seed)
I love supporting fellow bloggers when I can, and Marian's new book looks like a delight to read. I love the tagline: "Letting God Breathe New Life into Your Heart and Your Home."
One Bite at a Time- Tsh Oxenreider
52 projects to make life simpler? Yes, please!
Tim Gunn's Fashion Bible- Tim Gunn
This one's a hold out from my Fall Reading List, but I still really want to thumb through this one. Combining history and fashion sounds like something I won't be able to put down!
Combined with the bin of magazines I need to flip through, I'd say I have my work cut out for me in the next month or so. I'm a fast reader, but it's difficult when you have to steal the minutes to read!
What about you? Anything good on your to-read list for this Winter?
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