It’s Monday, March 2nd. What Are You Reading?

Monday

Okay, March. Let’s do this. Last week was slow on the books, so I’m still working on Galileo’s Middle Finger. It’s crazy, y’all. Crazy as in there’s a ton of finger (ha!) pointing and I’m not sure who to believe, but my brain is packing in the info—both from the book and all the Wiki wormholes I’m falling down. I also just started reading Know Your Beholder by Adam Rapp, which seems like a perfect way to use the last bits of cold weather here in Virginia. Beard with a house!

It’s Monday, What Are You Reading?

  • That Know Your Beholder cover is hilarious! Will have to see that that one is about. Cross your fingers that this is the last of the cold – we got 6 inches of snow last night and I’m hoping its our last :)

  • I LOVE the covers of both these books, gorgeous! I’m reading You by Nuala NiChonchiur as I’ve just kicked off my Reading Ireland Month. Enjoy your books!

  • I’m reading The Three, by Sarah Lotz. Enjoying it so far — it threw me off at the beginning because it’s fiction but reads like nonfiction (interviews, articles, etc), but I got used to it. :)

  • Irene McKenna

    Galileo’s Middle Finger … now that’s a title that grabs my attention!

  • I’m so in love with the title and cover of Galileo’s Middle Finger!

  • OK, totally sold on any book that has a bearded house on the cover. Insta-five stars.

    My weekend didn’t end up being super readerly, besides finally, blessedly finishing Probably Monsters by Ray Cluley. Traumatizing short horror collection. I’d been whining about how so much horror just didn’t scare me, and THIS is what I got for it.

    I’m hoping to continue A Partial History of Lost Causes, and maybe SOMEONE at the library will finally return Authority & Acceptance. Only a week late. *grumbles*

    • So funny, I thought the same thing when I saw the cover of Know Your Beholder. I am such a cover nerd that book wins a spot without even knowing anything about it.

      I love your take on Probably Monsters as I have the same view of horror. Doesn’t scare me. So why do I now want to check this one out?!

    • I’ve been wanting to read A Partial History of Lost Causes for a long time! I just picked up a used copy of it not too long ago, so I’m looking forward to hearing what you think.

  • I REALLY want to read Galileo’s Middle Finger! It sounds amazing – especially the wiki wormholes.

  • I just started What Stands In A Storm and all of my tornado fears from living in Tornado Alley are coming right back. So the author is obviously doing a great job. *shudder*

  • Yep. I have to read Galileo. For all the finger pointing. Ha! Love it!

  • I just love the title, “Galileo’s Middle Finger!”

  • I love the cover and title of Galileo’s Middle Finger — super awesome.

  • AnnabelSmith

    I’ve finally started The Goldfinch and I am super super into it. I am so into it I;d be willing to go a night without watching an episode of Breaking Bad!

  • Stavy K

    I am reading The Fishermen again :) Galileo’s Middle Finger makes me somewhat curious, would love to hear what you think of it!

  • Okay what’s the scoop on the Galileo book? Worth the struggle?

    • It actually wasn’t a struggle, just put my brain to work! Really, really fascinating (and morally challenging).