Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Fall into Reading 2009

I love Callapidder Days' reading challenges because they always get me focused on catching up with my TBR pile and they introduce me to other bloggers and other books. As I read the books, I will link them to my reviews here.

So, without further ado, here is my list:

2. TOUCH OF MAGENTA by Linda Loveland Reid
3. CHRONIC CITY by Jonathan Lethem
4.  LOST SYMBOL by Dan Brown  (don't want to but kind of have to)
5.  YEAR OF THE FLOOD by Margaret Atwood

That's a good start and I'll probably add a few more.  Sign up for Fall into Reading here.


Marie said...

you know how I felt about the Atwood! I have the Lethem at home as well and hope to get to it soon. Great list :-)

Karen said...

I've read a couple of Margaret Atwood's books. I always have to work through them, but am glad I did.

Shelly said...

I have heard interesting things about Dan Brown's latest book. I'm interested to see what you have to say about it.

Diane said...

Great list. I want to read Lost Symbol, and Calla lily Ponder. ave fun.

CeeCee said...

It's a chore reading books you don't want to. Hope you enjoy your books.

Bookfool said...

Why do you have to read the Dan Brown? Just curious. I'm avoiding it.

Amy said...

Can't wait for the Lethem and Atwood books!!!

Bookfool---Because I work in a library, I have to be "up to date" on current fiction for reader advisory purposes. I am no fan of Dan Brown but I do appreciate the fact that he is getting adults excited about reading and buying books.


Katrina @ Callapidder Days said...

You're right about Dan Brown getting people to read books! I usually end up reading his (my mom buys them and passes them on to me) -- I have to admit, they keep me turning pages, even if I completely disagree with him and/or groan at cliches, etc. :)

Enjoy your fall reading!!

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I have not heard of these authors.
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Rona's Home Page said...

I came across the Fall Into Reading link party today and decided to take a look.
I've been looking for some book suggestions to add to my autumn book reading list.