When the library has nothing for me, I browse the bookstores. Of course, I can never get out of a bookstore empty handed. The books have piled up, and now I’m not sure why I bought them – but someday I may read them.
Have you read any? Do you recommend I cut my losses and donate them,
or buckle down and read them?
- Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel
- The Narrow Road in the Deep North by Richard Flanagan
- The Appearance of Annie Van Sinderen by Katherine Howe
- The Book of Eleanor by Pamela Kaufman
- The Truth According to Us by Annie Barrows
I’m curious about Station Eleven!
Looks like a candidate for reading on a long plane ride.
Station Eleven and The Truth According to Us are both on my to-read list, too. I see especially good reviews for Station Eleven, and I keep promising myself I’ll try it, but I haven’t yet. I started listening to the audiobook of Barrows’ book and was into it, but I had to return it to the library and never got around to finishing it.
Thanks. I’ll keep them both on my “to read” pile.