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Happy Wednesday, November 13, Folks!

I haven’t posted a weekly in a while so here goes! Every week Jill at Breaking the Spine hosts ‘Waiting on’ Wednesday. Instead of talking about books that are soon-to-be released I think I will talk about books already on my shelf that I’m looking forward to starting or finishing.

1. Graceling – This book has been staring me in the face for months now – I really want to know how good it is and delve into the world of fantasy this Christmas.

2. The Book Thief I’ve heard so many wonderful things about this one. It’s coming out as a movie soon so Lauren gave me a copy to read… I am ashamed to say I haven’t even started it yet! Sooooooon.

3. Eragon When I book-binged this summer and purchased 15 books in 2 weeks – this was one of them. The entire Inheritance series costs $60 so even though my intention is to read them all, I only bought Eragon and I really want to read it!

4. Sula This Nobel Prize winning novel by Toni Morrison was assigned for my American Lit class. I’ve started it, but we don’t begin analyzing it until next week so I hope to finish this one by Sunday! Such a beautifully written novel.

5. Handmaid’s Tale Margaret Atwood’s novel is on my book list for January 2014 for my Canadian Literature class. I’m pretty curious as to what discussion will come out of this novel in our class.

 

Which books are you looking forward to reading in the coming weeks/New Year? Loop it back.

S

 

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  1. Haha, I never finished The Book Thief either! It’s okay. Let’s read the book over the break and then we can download it to watch at my place after we’re done 🙂
    I really want to read Graceling (which I do own), Eragon, and The Handmaid’s Tale too.

    1. Basically we just need to go on a vacation together and be best friends: aka not judging each other when all we want to do is sit by the pool/on the beach non-stop for a week straight. Who cares about sightseeing!

    1. This took me way too long! I’m so sorry Olena! Merry Christmas 🙂

      I’m about to pick up my copy of Graceling… I think that’s the one I want to start with!

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