Summer Reading

by | May 18, 2015 | Ordinary, Reflections

Hello friends,

Summer-time
and reading on the deck,
at the cottage,
on the beach.

What are you reading this summer? What’s the best summer book you ever read?
Please share your suggestions in the “Leave a reply” box.

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  1. Right now I am reading Inside the O’Briens by Lisa Genova, who wrote Still Alice. It is a captivating read. We enter the lives of family members going on their daily routines. Suddenly they are faced with the diagnosis of Hintington’s and the challenges it presents. I recommend it

  2. I just read, Jeffrey Archer’s, To Cut A Long Story Short. It’s about nine short stories in total and was released in 2000. If anyone wants to borrow it, I would be glad to share it. I enjoy his writings. He adds a different twist to most of his stories. Brenda Allen

  3. The Book Thief – Markus Zusak – Berwick’s Book Club Selection No.1, interesting angle of this story within the stories of Nazi Germany. I so liked the main characters. Now onto Flight Behavior, Barbara Kingsolver, #2 book for Berwick. Not sure what I’ll find here. To Mary Lynn, Still Alice was such a wonderfully written book, I missed the movie. I have Inside the O’Briens on my to-read list.

  4. Has anyone read The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry – Rachel Joyce, 2013? – Unforgettable read, I finished it earlier this month.

  5. I haven’t but noted the title. It sounds good!

  6. I saw the movie, The Book Thief and LOVED it. And I like Flight Behaviour too. Good choices!

  7. I am just beginning to read “The Merit Birds” by a new author and friend Kelley Powell. Cam is an eighteen year old Ottawa lad who finds himself in Vientiane, Laos. Kelley does a wonderful job of weaving a great story of action, suspense and humour. I believe older teens would like this novel. (available at Amazon)

  8. Jodi Picoult’s latest is on my list, ‘Leaving Time’. Hugh is reading it now and has a hard time putting it down!

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