I am pleased to present this month's addition of Nightstand Books, inspired by Jenelle Schmidt and D J Edwardson.
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First is A Great and Terrible Beauty, by Libba Bray. So far, I've read the prologue and half of the first chapter, so I don't have any strong opinions on it. But I'll let you know when I do!
Next comes Rise of the Evening Star, by Brandon Mull. I read the Fablehaven series when I was younger, positively adored it, and then forgot it existed. So as a present to myself for finishing NaNoWriMo, I bought the series. And it is. So good.
Then we have To Say Nothing of the Dog, by Connie Willis. This is one of my favorite books, and I'm reading it to my mom.
I'm reading Ben Hur, by Lew Wallace, for school. Again, I've barely made it through the first chapter. But so far it's great!
And my Bible. I just finished Tobit today and started Judith, not to mention some rereads of Esther, one of my favorite books in the Bible.
Have a blessed Thanksgiving, readers!