Have you read any of these books?

Hello, Everyone!

I have been thinking about what to share with you regarding books and reading challenges, so here is the list of books I have read so far for the 52bookclub challenge:

  1. The Alice Network – by Kate Quinn
  2. The Great Alone – by Kristen Hannah
  3. Puff, the Magic Dragon – by Peter Yarrow
  4. Pier 21: a history – by Steven Schwinghammer
  5. Catherine, Called Birdy – by Karen Cushman
  6. My Brilliant Friend – by Elena Ferrante
  7. The Answer Is … Reflections on my Life – by Alex Trebek
  8. The Sun Down Motel – by Simone St. James
  9. Good Mothers Don’t – by Laura Best
  10. You Had Me at Hola – by Alexis Daria
  11. A Soldier’s Sketchbook: the illustrated First World War Diary of R.H. Rabjohn – by John Wilson
  12. Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang – by Kate Wilhelm
  13. Uncommon Danger – by Eric Ambler
  14. Krambambuli – by Syr Ruus
  15. St. George and the Dragon – by Beth Andrews
  16. The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit – by Sloan Wilson
  17. Their Eyes Were Watching God – by Zora Neale Hurston
  18. Big Magic: Creative Magic Beyond Fear – by Elizabeth Gilbert
  19. The Calculating Stars – by Mary Robinette Kowal
  20. Before Green Gables – by Budge Wilson
  21. Reagandoodle and Little Buddy: the true story of a labradoodle and his toddler best friend – by Sandi Swiridoff
  22. Angela’s Ashes: a memoir – by Frank McCourt
  23. The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek – by Kim Michele Richardson
  24. My Sister the Moon – by Sue Harrison
  25. The Tale of Despereaux – by Kate DiCamillo
  26. Someone to Watch Over Me – by Jill Churchill
  27. The Pursuit of Happyness – by Chris Gardner

For the Indigo reading challenge I have read:

  1. Catherine, Called Birdy – by Karen Cushman
  2. My Brilliant Friend – by Elena Ferrante
  3. Good Mothers Don’t – by Laura Best
  4. White Fragility: why it’s so hard for white people to talk about racism – by Robin DiAngelo
  5. Krambambuli – by Syr Ruus
  6. Our House is on Fire: scenes of a family and a planet in crisis – by Malena Ernman
  7. The City in the Middle of the Night – by Charlie Jane Anders
  8. My Sister the Moon – by Sue Harrison
  9. Big Burn – by Lesley Choyce

For the Agatha Christie reading challenge — none yet.

For what I’ve read for the Goodreads personal challenge you can check my page there (I’m there as Lynn Davidson); too many books to add here because I am halfway to my goal of 700.

Of the above 31 books, which ones have you read? Do you have any of them in your TBR (to be read) stash?

Thanks for reading … and Blessings on your day!

10 responses to “Have you read any of these books?

  1. Good Mothers Don’t – Laura Best
    Krambambuli – Syr Ruus
    My Brilliant Friend – Elena Ferrante
    Angela’s Ashes – Frank McCourt
    Their Eyes Were Watching God – Zora Neale Hurston
    The Man in the Grey Flannel Suit – Sloan Wilson

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  2. Great to see your lists. Thank you for reading my books. Hope you are as well as can be during these difficult times.

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  3. I’ve read Krambambuli –Syr Ruus
    Angela’s Ashes–Fran McCourt
    Before Green Gables–Budge Wilson
    And Good Mothers Don’t… Imagine that!
    You have impressive lists, Lynn. Thank you for always reading my books, too!

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    • Thanks for sharing, Laura. And I always enjoy your books; waiting for the next one now. Oh, and I have your newest one – The Family Way – to read for a prompt in the reading challenges. I will get to it, soon I hope.

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  4. I´ve read Catherine, Called Birdy and Good Mothers Don´t and Angela´s Ashes. All excellent books. Some others on your list I would like to read. Well done!!

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  5. I’d just read The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek this month and really enjoyed it, and Angela’s Ashes is one of my all time favourite reads. Great lists you’ve got here!

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