In which I share the 3 books I’m bringing with me on my road trip.
For some reason, I can’t take less than 3 books on a road trip, even if it’s a short one. The thought of having nothing to read is too scary. I’m going to be out of town for a couple of days, and here are the books I’m bringing with me!
The Thirteenth Tale, By Diane Setterfield
I read this one a few years back, bought it, and left it to sit on the bottom of my bookshelf, nearly forgotten. So I’m rereading it now with the intention of writing up a review when I’m done. The nice thing about having a terrible memory is that I’m able to reread it as though it were the first time. I remember almost nothing, except that it was a great book. I’m nearly to the end, so I’ll probably be finishing it while I’m gone.
All The Light We Cannot See, By Anthony Doerr
This is one of those books that I keep seeing and hearing about but haven’t read. Anushka H. over at The Novel-ish Blog just did a great review for it, and convinced me that it’s finally time. So I reserved it at my library, and they had it ready for me this morning! Just in time for my trip. I look forward to reading it.
Oliver Twist, By Charles Dickens
One of those that’s been on my shelf for a long time. I may or may not finally dive into it this trip. I just always like to have at least one classic with me.
So, I probably won’t be posting while I’m gone, but I’ll still respond to emails/comments etc.