Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Waiting on Wednesdays - 11/13/13

To play along, answer the following three questions:

 

What are you currently reading?

Bellman & Black by Diane Setterfield

• What did you recently finish reading?

Once We Were Brothers by Ronald H. Balson

You MUST read this book if you are a WWII historical fiction fan.  Beautifully written. 

I read it in one day.  :)


The Outcasts by Kathleen Kent
Not a bad read, but not a favorite.
 
•  What Do You Think You Will Read Next?

Tahoe Chase by Todd Borg

His other book, Tahoe Trap, was excellent.



32 comments:

  1. I hope you are having a GREAT reading week.

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  2. I hope you enjoy your books this week Elizabeth. Happy Reading :-)

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  3. Haven't read any of those, hope you enjoy them!

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  4. Currently reading Hild by Nicola Griffith. Recently finished reading The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster. Next I plan to read The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry.

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  5. I received an arc for Bellman and Black, which I found odd since the book was out the same week. Wondering why they are littering the landscape with free books after it's out instead of ahead of time. I haven't started it yet, so look forward to your review.


    http://planetpooks.com/www-wednesday-11-13-2013/

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  6. THANKS so much for stopping, Patricia.

    The book isn't as good as THE THIRTEENTH TALE, but not bad.

    It is very different. :)

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  7. chrissireads...thanks for stopping.

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  8. lipsyy...thanks for stopping.

    Check out my reviews if you like. You may want to read them.

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  9. Judy...thanks for stopping.

    It sounds like you have some good reading going on.

    I read The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry. An interesting book.

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  10. Darn! I wanted to read The Outcasts!

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  11. Give it a try, Gina, you may like it better.

    THANKS for stopping.

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  12. My husband loves history. I will have to tell him about that book.
    My WWW post
    I should warn everyone now, my books are all romance.

    Thanks for commenting on my post, Elizabeth.

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  13. Good choices! I have Once We Were Brothers on my list to buy in next few weeks if possible. Also, thanks for heads up on the Kent book--wasn't sure about it. The Tahoe books look like a fun read. Enjoy your reading this week.

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  14. THANK YOU for stopping, Rita.

    You are welcome on the recommendations.

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  15. bookconsumeddiva...thanks so much for stopping.

    THE PARIS ARCHITECT is a great WWII book as well.

    Going to stop at your blog.

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  16. The link I provided in my previous comment didn't work. :(

    (Thanks for letting me know. I didn't see a way to edit it.)

    http://wp.me/p3o4kN-m3

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  17. I wrote Once we were brothers on my list- the ever growing list :-)

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  18. You will really like it even though it is a sad book, turnthepagereviews.

    THANKS for stopping.

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  19. Once we Were Brothers does look really interesting. Ooh, but I don't know if I could take the sadness of it.

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  20. It is a WWII story...very sad.

    THANKS for stopping by, Candy M.

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  21. Great choices this week. Thanks for stopping by.

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  22. I have Once we were Brothers on my TBR list.

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  23. You've got lots of great reads, Elizabeth! Enjoy! Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  24. Looking forward to your review of Bellman and Black. I hope you enjoy it. I will probably read The Pieces We Keep by Kristina McMorris next.

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  25. Thanks for stopping, Pat.

    Bellman & Black is a bit dark, but not too bad.

    I like The Thirteenth Tale much better.

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  26. Thank you for stopping by, Paulina.

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  27. All these titles look interesting. I hope you enjoy them. Thanks for stopping by my WWW and have a good week.

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  28. I hear Bellman and Black is pretty popular! Thanks for stopping by my blog as well.

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  29. The author Diane Setterfield wrote THE THIRTEENTH TALE and now BELLMAN & BLACK.

    BELLMAN & BLACK is quite popular, but dark. :)

    THANKS for stopping by Lisa.

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  30. THANKS for stopping Inks Pages And Words.

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