Monday, 19 April 2010

It's Monday, What are you reading? (#6)


It's Monday, What are you reading this week? is a weekly event hosted by Sheila at One Person's Journey Through a World of Books to list the books completed last week, the books currently being read and the books to be finished this week.

Books I completed this week

I still didn't get as much reading done as I would have liked, but I finished reading these novels:

- Pleasure Unbound by Larissa Ione: 1st book in the Demonica series, my review will be up shortly.

- The Painted Veil by William Somerset Maugham: A re-read, but enjoyed it just as much as the first time. A brilliant novel and a wonderful read!

- Skin Deep by Karen Chance: It was my first novel from Karen Chance, my only complaint is that it was way too short!

Reviews posted this week





Books I am currently reading

I still have quite a few books on the go: 

- I'm continuing with the remaining 3 novellas in Inked by Karen Chance / Marjorie M. Liu / Yasmine Galenorn / Eileen Wilks, all these authors are unknown to me, haven't read anything from them previously, so I'm curious, I always love discovering new authors and series! :-)

- I stopped reading Thaw by Fiona Robyn which is a wonderfully deep and moving novel because I didn't want to read just 10 pages at once on the bus, I wanted to give it my undivided attention and read it in a calm and undisturbed manner, so will be reading this either at night or during the weekend at home.

- Land of Falling Stars by Keta Diablo: still having the same problem: this book is an ebook and since I don't have an eReader yet, I can only read it at home on my laptop, and this week I got home at scandalously late hours.. so it's still pending...


Books I can't wait to start soon

- Magic Burns by Ilona Andrews, finally my copy has arrived from The Book Depo! yay! The only problem is that I know once I start it I will devour the 3rd book too, and I don't want to read them all at once because then there will be nothing left to read :-/

- Soulless by Gail Carriger: Have been eyeing this book for quite some time too, all the raving reviews and the unusual setting and the praised humourous, witty tone made me very curious to read it, so I've put it on the very top of my TBR pile. 


And what are you reading this week?

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