Sorry I'm late this week - being both on holiday and in a different time zone has totally thrown me. Anyway, you know the drill - post the title of your book, its author, a pic of the cover, what you think of it so far, and if you're feeling brave, a mark out of 10, and we'll see you again next week!
  1. The Marriage Plot, by Jeffrey Eugenides
    D2340cd0 43a5 48a9 a73d fbc7b35ffd2e
    I haven't been able to binge read this quite as much as I would like to - I think it's the kind of book that benefits from long stretches of reading. But I'm at the more relaxed part of my holiday now and I'm looking forward to digging in. I'm really enjoying got so far - it's witty and insightful and I have no idea what's going to happen. A solid 8, maybe 8.5/10 so far.
  2. Fever - Mary Beth Keane
    7659b012 479b 45bf bffd 4f12269e95c0
    about Typhoid Mary. very good.
    Suggested by @jennyfricke
  3. also, girl on the train - Paula Hopkins
    6a73c858 f13c 43f2 92ab afa8638a039d
    Suggested by @jennyfricke
  4. Undead and Unwed
    A8d587fd 785d 48f0 b530 eb824c606f9d
    It's funny, silly and light.
    Suggested by @shanaz
  5. Annihilation
    B6e05517 0437 4528 9725 3b5c957d5e1b
    I put off reading this for so long because I thought it was going to be dull and laborious. I could not have been more wrong! 9/10
    Suggested by @TVAddict
  6. Their Eyes Were Watching God
    47ef0721 9085 46af a3bf 9cc0204d98cf
    A tad bit ashamed that I've never read this! I'm still in the very beginning but so far I love how the language feels so warm and encompassing.
    Suggested by @jessnobs
  7. Career of Evil by Robert Galbraith aka JK Rowling
    14b8cee9 dc78 4302 bc94 4572e7c59cd3
    Good so far but creepier than the first two in the series.
    Suggested by @cw12
  8. Essentialism
    85f0d7f2 5a4e 4035 a440 4d0dd9f6f754
    One line summary: Do less but better. I highly recommend this book.
    Suggested by @ridwan
  9. On Beauty by Zadie Smith
    49027c99 fa13 48ba ad2c db94c0618e52
    I'm really into this! I haven't read her earlier stuff but read NW last month and fell in love with her writing. It's her take on Howard's End, looking at two families with very different upbringings and how they intertwine. So far I'm giving it a 9/10.
    Suggested by @mattan
  10. After You by Jojo Moyes
    This is the sequel to Me Before You, which I love/hated along with the rest of the world. My face has finally recovered from all of the ugly crying, so I figured it was time to jump into the sequel. I'm always wary of sequels, especially for a book that stands so well on its own. I'm only two chapters in but right now it's just ok. I'm excited to see where it goes, but don't have high expectations.
    Suggested by @NeighborFoodie
  11. 11/22/63 by Stephen King
    1eccf252 932b 4774 8c36 f3cb157ef362
    Just started it but it's already pulled me in!
    Suggested by @macnchz
  12. Voyager (#3 in Outlander series) by Diana Gabaldon
    65b3151d a9d4 4145 a46b 527e0d5c2c0d
    I'm new to this, but I love sharing book thoughts! I'm 3/4 of the way through; it took me a long time to get through the first two and this one's no different. In spite of the slow going, I am enjoying it. The plot meanders, but the characters are solid as always. 8/10
    Suggested by @jb_piper
  13. Versions of Us
    54dbfc9f 65e8 4a81 89e6 f8d2c56679c4
    A love story about Jim and Eva. Three version a la Sliding Doors. Really enjoying but still getting use to keeping track of the versions storyline.
    Suggested by @DawnCloud
  14. The Turner House by Angela Flournoy
    Cb850909 b18b 4977 a7d7 aa8c9ec08975
    This was showing up on so many "best of 2015" lists I had to give it a try. I'm not too far into it but am enjoying the characters. 8/10
    Suggested by @thesting