Oh dear – I don’t know how this happened but I’m currently “reading” 6 (six) books! (Check the menu item above.) I’ve had to put several of them on some kind of hold but there they are in my “currently reading” list so I can keep track.
I had some time between books – that’s a problem – I’ll get into trouble if I have much time. And I thought maybe I could reread A Passage to India which is a reading group selection. Then I thought that really, The Glass Palace deserved a reread in print format because the other books I’ve read by Ghosh have needed that (audio is not quite enough). Well, because of the discussion of Salman Rushdie’s memoir, Joseph Anton, on All-nonfiction I wanted to read The Moor’s Last Sigh and started that one.
I’d been toying with starting Jefferson: The Art of Power by Meacham for next month and found it fascinating although I’ve read biographies of him prior to this one. What God Hath Wrought is an old start that was so slow in the group, I just kept not picking it up but fully intend to finish because it is really enjoyable.
So at the moment I’m focusing on finishing Quiet by Susan Cain as a listen and A Passage to India in print (ebook). I should be finished with both of those today and will get on with The Glass Palace, then maybe Jefferson again and back to The Moor’s Last Sigh. ???
This is open – I may want to dig into The Moor’s Last Sigh it started so well.