What are you reading right now?

Following on from my post about reading more blog posts, I’m interested to know what everybody is reading away from their electronic devices. I thought it would be fun to keep a chain going. Don’t worry, I’m not going to threaten you with a slow and painful death within 3 days if you don’t respond to my question.

What are you reading right now?

Please join in so that I don’t look like a loner

 

Diane 🙂

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11 thoughts on “What are you reading right now?

  1. I’ll kick it off. I haven’t read much in the way of classics but I’m giving Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte a try. So far so good. I have only really tried Charles Dickens in the past (for books that are considered classics) and I find his writing very monotonous and repetitive. Jeez, it’s obvious he was paid per installment! What about you guys?

  2. Just digging into Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl before the movie comes out (although they regularly disappoint after the books, no?). I’ve previously read Sharp Objects and Dark Places by the same author- both gritty and sharply written.

    • I agree. I always try to read the book before I see the film and because books are so detailed, yes the films usually disappoint. I haven’t read this book but it has been on my reading list for a while. I think I should get round to it soon.

  3. I just read a review for the Gone Girl movie by Peter Travers in Rolling Stone and he had great things to say, which is exciting but surprised me because I agree, usually the movie is disappointing compared to its book 🙂
    For that very reason, I’m reading A Walk Among the Tombstones by Lawrence Block. It is a good read so far, and I’m looking forward to seeing the movie starring Liam Neeson when I finish it.

  4. I’m reading The Girl Who Played With Fire by Stieg Larsson. It have been awhile since I read The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo so I’m spending a lot of time saying to myself “Oh I remember that.”..lol

    • I have to say, I never read websites in detail in the past. I just couldn’t take to it but since becoming more active on WordPress, that has changed. I also tend to juggle Kindle books with physical books now. Usually a paperback novel and a non-fiction e-book.

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