As you may have noticed I haven’t posted a book review or general update of any kind since early June, so I wanted to write up a quick post to let everyone know what’s going on.
First, the good news! After reading it piecemeal since the beginning of February, I finally finished Anna Karenina yesterday on the train ride home (hence the picture). It’s the first “romantic lines in lit” book of 2013, and 12th overall out of the 38.
On the delayed book reviews: I’ve now read 34 books this year, and only reviewed 23. So I’ll be trying to catch up on those over the next few days. In case you’re curious, I’ll be writing about: The Black Ice by Michael Connelly; The Concrete Blonde by Michael Connelly; The Retreat by David Bergen; Stranglehold by Robert Rotenberg; The Black Box by Michael Connelly; Easy Money by Jens Lapidus; A Lion Among Men by Gregory Maguire; The Dressmaker by Kate Alcott; Spin by Catherine McKenzie; The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery; and of course Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy. Some of the reviews might be a little fuzzy, since I read some of the books over a month ago.
Have a great weekend!