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mandag 20. juni 2011

It's Monday! What are you reading? - nr. 48

This is a weekly meme hosted by Sheila on Bookjourney. In this meme bookbloggers get together to share what they read last week, what they are currently reading and planning to read this week. Join in!

Books I read last week:
- Jo Nesbø – Gjenferd (Nesbø’s 9th book about Harry Hole; just published in Norwegian)
- Kathryn Stockett – The Help
- Cecelia Ahern – If You Could See Me Now
- Charlaine Harris – Definitely Dead (6th book in The Southern Vampire Mysteries-series)
- Kate Morton – The Distant Hours
- Miguel de Cervantes – Don Quijote

Books I finished last week:
- Jo Nesbø – Gjenferd
- Kathryn Stockett – The Help
- Cecelia Ahern – If You Could See Me Now
- Charlaine Harris – Definitely Dead

Books I read now:
- Kate Morton – The Distant Hours
- Miguel de Cervantes – Don Quijote

Books I plan to read:
- Karen Kingsbury – Like Dandelion Dust
- Ken Follett – The Pillars of the Earth – book 1 (In Norway the book is published in two parts)

What are you planning to read?

XOXO

5 kommentarer:

  1. Like Dandelion Dust har eg lese på norsk. Den var kjempekjekk. Gå inn på http://bokverdami.blogspot.com/ så ser du kva eg les denne veka =) Mai Lene

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  2. You have read so many books! I am always amazed to see that since I can only manage 2 a week myself :)

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  3. Oh my goodness, Ken Follett and Kate Morton in such a short time period. You are going to have awesome overload.

    I loved The Distant Hours. I think it might be my favorite of her books (and since it's raining here all week, I think I might already do a re-read of it).

    Here is my Monday!

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  4. Jeg gleder meg virkelig til Gjenferd! Barnepiken burde jeg også ha lest, men er ikke kommet så langt enda. Jeg har også tenkt at jeg skulle ha lest Don Quijote, men... Litt mange skulle ha og burde ha!

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  5. I'm glad you're sticking with Don Quijote. This was a rare week for me in that I finished a lot of review books. Come see what I finished.

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