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It's been another good week for books from the library - if I would quit blog surfing so much my library pile would actually diminish, but that would be no fun at all! And since I'm home on recovery I need plenty to read, and I have plenty to read this week.
New Additions to the pile (click on the pictures for more information from Goodreads):
The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown - just getting this one, I think I was 50-something on the list at the library shortly after it came out (we can't reserve before the library has it), but I was in no hurry. Now I have Decoding The Lost Symbol by Simon Cox to read and review after I finish The Lost Symbol.
The Gift by Cecelia Ahern - Christmas reading and I have been meaning to read one of her books - this kills two birds with one stone :)
Into the Beautiful North by Luis Alberto Urrea - this is one of those books I probably would not have found without the blogging world. It looks to be a very interesting book.
City of Glass by Cassandra Clare - I still have the second in this series to read in my library pile from before, but I loved the first one so I know I will speed through the next two.
The Girl Who Played with Fire by Stieg Larsson - Loved The Girl with The Dragon Tattoo so I am anxious to read the next installment in the series.
June Bug by Chris Fabry - I saw this one on several blogs awhile back and thought it looked good and he would be a new author for me.
Breathless by Dean Koontz - I'm still a Dean Koontz fan - he writes great thrillers that I can't put down and I was one of the first on the list for this one.
Wings by Aprilynne Pike - this is another one I saw a lot on the blogs awhile back and I just recently discovered it on the library's online catalog.
I am also trying to learn to knit, so I checked out several knitting books to help teach me. We'll see how that goes. I think I have the hang of casting on and the knit stitch, but the others I am still learning. But it's a lot of fun and it's easy to do while watching tv shows on dvd with DH at night.