I was feeling the need to really get lost in a book, and a #chunkster is usually the way for me to get there.
🤞this one delivers.
(This dog has zero respect for personal space!)
I really loved this book!
This is a very long (900+ pages) and highly researched/detailed slow burn of a horror novel. You will join John Franklin‘s (real) lost arctic expedition as they fall victim to relentless isolation, extreme cold, disease, and starvation... along with a bit of supernatural horror for good measure.
I love a good slow burn #chunkster and if you do too, this may be for you!
1. I generally ask hubby for cookbooks, but he frequently gives me other books, too. He‘s hit some real winners.
2. Oh, yes, I give books! The grandkids are both getting several. Hubby is on a geology kick, so he‘s getting a #chunkster on paleo biology.
What an amazing mystery that addresses the opioid crisis and justice and corruption. This is quite a #chunkster at nearly 500 pages but I read it all in two days in any free time I could muster. A really emotional story that I recommend with my entire heart and soul. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
#BookReport A disappointing week due to high level of work commitments.
Read a total of 1,264 pages and finished one book, Roots, although this was a book of 912 pages!And a favourite!
Next week may not be much better until after Friday anyway.
Another Saturday, another book report. I read Human Voices ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️, 150 pages of Our Mutual Friend #chunkster and finished listening to my Harry Potter audiobook, such a good comfort read/listen.
Dad finished Double Cross which he loved - he‘s also read Agent Zigzag by this author and loved it too.
Son and I started The Amber Spyglass as a read aloud.
Gratuitous picture of Dad‘s cats Casey and Charley who read nothing this week.