Thursday, September 23, 2010

Booking Through Thursday

What are you reading right now? What made you choose it? Are you enjoying it? Would you recommend it? (And, by all means, discuss everything, if you’re reading more than one thing!)

I'm currently listening to Boneshaker by Cherie Priest on audio. I've been trying to get to this one for some time but have always had something I had to get to first. So I decided to get the audio version to listen too while I'm doing stuff around the house. I am halfway done with the book and I am loving it.

I'm also reading Wicked Appetite by Janet Evanovich. I'm a big fan of her Plum series and wanted to see what she would come up with for the occasional visitor there, Diesel. It is definitely a different kind of book than I am used too by her but I haven't gotten far enough in yet to form a real opinion.

I'm also reading The Wake of Forgiveness by Bruce Machart for the B&N first look book club. I'm almost done with that one but I am finding it hard to get through. It's not bad once I pick it up and start reading, but I have found I have a hard time getting motivated to pick it up and read.


Irene said...

OMG I can't read more than one thing at a time, I've tried listening to things while I do stuff around the house, but I'm not all that successful. the boneshaker sounds good, not a fan of Plum, but maybe I'll give it another try.

Anonymous said...

I just started "Boneshaker" as well, though I'm reading the print version. How is the audio? Who is the reader?

Lori said...

One day, I am actually going to listen to a audio book. Hope your enjoying it. Here's my Booking Through Thursday.

Kelly said...

Boneshaker is one of my favorite books. Hope you enjoy it!
Here's mine!

Anonymous said...

I'm glad you're enjoying Boneshaker. I'm the same, I have it on my to read list, but something always crops up first before I get a chance to read it. It's a good thing you can get it on audio.

Anonymous said...

I can listen to an audio book at the same time I'm reading a book, but have never really tried to read more than one book at a time.