After weeks of empty mailboxes this week's one is a nice one
I also have five other books due on Wednesday - all recommendations from the book blogs.
This meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.
The book I am currently reading and almost done with is The Paris Wife. Intriguing with history and details of Hemingway's life.
Melbourne is freezing cold (for me) but its a change certainly from Colombo.
Mystica, I'd be interested in reading your review of THE PARIS WIFE, the only book here that I can find some resonance with on account of Hemingway. GONE MISSING looks promising too.ReplyDelete
The last I read, the monsoon still hadn't arrived in Sri Lanka, so I think it's going to be a long wait for us up north of the subcontinent, with scorching temps of 36-degree Celsius and above.
What lovely books - I really enjoyed Kate Lord Brown's The Beauty Chorus.ReplyDelete
Oh, I'm so jealous of your mailbox this week! I really want to read The Perfume Garden. Enjoy your new books.ReplyDelete
How can I pass up The Perfume Garden?! I can almost smell it from here!ReplyDelete
Here's my It's Monday!
They all look lovely...I enjoyed The Paris Wife.ReplyDelete
Gone Missing looks good. Enjoy them all! And thanks for visiting my blog.
They all look good to me! I love that cover of Prodigal Summer!ReplyDelete
You must be really pleased with your great new arrivals this week, they all sound amazing, although 'The Paris Wife' probably isn't one that I would read.
If I had to choose one from your selection, for my own toppling reading pile, it would have to be 'Gone Missing'. For one thing I love a great thriller and for another, we have been getting several programmes showng over here in the UK just lately, discussing various aspects of the Amish community. This has opened wide a whole new way of life, that few of us Brits even knew existed, let alone which we can relate to, so a book which mixes together both fact and fiction about their beliefs and lifestyle, would be well worth reading.
Have a good week,
You got some nice books. I have been seeing The Paris Wife around on a number of blogs today. Come see my Monday Report. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
I haven't read any of these but have heard of them. Some good books.ReplyDelete
Beautiful cover on The Perfume Garden. It's been cold early even here in Brisbane. Happy reading and enjoy your time in Melbourne.ReplyDelete
Nice group of title. I enjoy Barbara Kingsolver but haven't read Prodigal Summer yet.ReplyDelete
What a great stash of books! I'm especially intrigued by The Perfume Garden. The cover is awesome.ReplyDelete
Gone Missing was good. It is always nice to get a book filled mailbox!ReplyDelete
Oh, I love Prodigal Summer. It takes place near where I live. Enjoy your week!ReplyDelete
That certainly is a nice mailbox! I loved Prodigal Summer - hope you'll enjoy it too. Happy reading this week!ReplyDelete
I enjoyed The Paris Wife - hope you do too!ReplyDelete
Happy Reading my friend!
The Perfume Garden looks like an interesting booK. Enjoy your reads!ReplyDelete
My reads for the week.
The Perfume Garden and The Prodigal Summer look really good.ReplyDelete
ENJOY all your books.
My Mailbox Monday
These look great. I've had Prodigal Summer on my TBR shelf for a while. It is one I hope to get to this year.ReplyDelete
I enjoyed Prodigal Summer. It's not quite The Poisonwood Bible, but pretty good. Hope you review it!ReplyDelete
I listened to The Paris Wife and enjoyed it quite a bit.ReplyDelete
They all look good, Gone Missing would be my pickReplyDelete
Have a great reading week,
Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out
I really enjoyed The Paris Wife - hope you are enjoying it, too!ReplyDelete
Have a great week and thanks for stopping by my blog!
~Kristin @ Always With a Book
Great books! I loved The Perfume Garden. I'd be interested in your thoughts on it when you read it.ReplyDelete
Prodigal Summer is a wonderful book--one of my favorites so far this year.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your books--it's always nice to have a good selection to pull from.
Those all look really good. I'm currently reading The Host by Stephenie Meyer and Anna Karenina by Tolstoy.ReplyDelete
Those all look wonderful. Happy reading!ReplyDelete