This has been a rather eclectic book week for me, spanning a number of genres.
— Elizabeth Peters, The Night of Four Hundred Rabbits.
I remembered why this one doesn’t make it back into the re-read rotation very frequently. Not that it’s bad– it’s just not up to the level of her others.
— Patti Callahan Henry, Coming Up for Air.
A woman discovers truths about herself by delving into her mother’s past.
— Suzanne Collins, Catching Fire.
I know, I know, I’m only the last person in the continental U.S. to get around to reading the rest of the Hunger Games trilogy. There was a bit of deja vu in seeing the Games all over again, but it was still a compelling book.
— Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay.
I liked the way it eventually ended, but had mixed feelings about the way it got there.
— Michelle Moran, Madame Tussaud: A Novel of the French Revolution.
I’ve only just started this one, so more on Madame Tussaud next week.
What have you been reading?