This is what I’m reading. Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de Rosnay.
On my Kindle, of course. Not sure where this book recommendation came from, a blogger friend, I’m sure or a friend of a blogger friend. Everything just gets away from me, sometimes, but I somehow end up with a list of must reads who are always totally new to me. It’s been a fun year!
I’ve been on a jaunt with WWII books, lately. This is a novel, jumping back and forth between young children in 1942, Paris and young adults in current time, Paris. Not sure how they are going to connect, but I am thoroughly engrossed. I’ll let you know what I think when I get to the end!
What are you reading today?
OHHH! You MUST read the series Zion Covenant by Bodie Thoene. It is set in the years immediately prior to WW2 and the early part of it,.
LOL! I knew you were going to say that! Thanks for the reminder!
I am nothing, if not predictable. LOL
I’m an avid reader too, and my kindle (courtesy of my mum) is on its way!!!!
Remember when you said that Kindles can share books? Have you tried that yet? Do you have to do it when the other device is in the same room?
At the mo I’m reading Do You Come Here Often and I’m enjoying it. Based in London and singles and a radio show.
They have it on kindle http://www.amazon.com/You-Come-Here-Often-ebook/dp/B003MVZBYY/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1314939495&sr=1-1
Oh, if you’re into WWII books at the moment, fiction of course, I’d highly recommend ‘Coming Home’. It’s by Rosamunde Pilcher, a British writer. All her books are fantastic, they give me a real England fix, whenever I’m feeling home sick!
Tara, you don’t have to be in the same room to share a book. You can send a link by email. Or you can connect the two computers and download it that way, from your Amazon accounts. What I don’t know is if you can share books across borders. I know they have country codes in them… But I’ll be glad to test that with you when you’re ready for a new book. I believe when I loan it is a one time, two week only, deal. So you have to be prepared to read fast!
And the book you are reading, says it’s not available on Kindle in the United States…. As if the internet is called the World Wide Web for nothing….
Yay for Mums!!!!
My kindle arrive tomorrow! Can’t wait to have a go.
We’ll definitely have to try and swop! Living in Greece I bought the 3G worldwide one which they recommended I buy from the US, so I’m hoping that there will be no boundaries between us!
Have a look for ‘Rosamunde Pilcher on kindle’, I found her on the US site. I’m sure you’ll love her!
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