It was good reading week, I finished all 5 books from last #WeeklyForecast and I liked all of them.
My reading plans for this week: The Winter is Coming, Unthinkable, My Planet are for #NfNov
Minaret and Oreo are my last two books for #ReadingWomenChallenge
A friend of mine read this years ago and thought it was such an amazing story..
In 1959, a group of experienced hikers set out in the Russian aural Mountains. Months later, their bodies were discovered #frozen and in such an odd and mysterious way that so many theories abound. I know I want to read this, though something tells me I‘d have to read it in the daylight, since some theories are a little unsettling. #Movember
This National Bestseller book written by Katherine Arden was an awesome read. It takes place in Russian Wilderness in the middle of winter. This story is about a young girl named Vasilisa who must dig deep and bring about dangerous gifts that she had kept hidden to keep her village safe from evil. I think this would be a great book for a literature circle in a 5th grade or middle school classroom. #ucflae3414f19
I just finished the book and then watched the movie. A great book about the investigation into a serial killer in 1953 Moscow, when murders were covered up by the state and blamed on the less "desirables" of that time. The movie added some visuals to the story but so much was left out, as is usually the case with the movie vs.book. I would give both ??
2 books on the go currently; I‘ll finish In the Wilderness and continue with the tagged book, which is a bit of a chunkster at almost 800 pages.
I‘m getting the Carolina book from the library tomorrow and hope to start the Doig too.
All of these are for #nfnov so I might need some fiction too, but that depends on my mood....