17 August 2007


Is it possible for a bibliophile to be overwhelmed by the number of books she is waiting to read?

She's currently in the middle of two books.

And the stack on the floor? Growing. Daily, it seems like.

Here's a glimpse at what Word Nerd at least hopes to read, based on what she has checked out/borrowed/bought:
--Our Man in Havanna, Graham Greene
--Murder in Clichy, Cara Black
--The Body Farm, Patricia Cornwell
--Over Sea, Under Stone, Susan Cooper
--Kushiel's Chosen, Jacqueline Carey
--Glass Houses, Rachel Caine
--Thin Air, Rachel Caine
--Gossip Girl, Cecily von Ziegesar
--Whistling in the Dark, Lesley Kagen
--Lady Friday, Garth Nix
--Wicked, Gregory Maguire
--The Blood Books, vol. 1, Tanya Huff
--Labyrinth, Kate Mosse
--Lying with Strangers, James Grippando


Badgergirl said...

I really enjoyed "Wicked." And apparently there's a copy of "Whistling in the Dark" sitting at the library with my name on it.

Syd of the Funny Hat said...

Enjoyed "Wicked". "Labyrinth"...not so much, as much of plotting felt rather forced, and the payoff wasn't nearly as interesting as I'd hoped it to be. I'll be interested to read your take on it.