Just going to show that books are just as good in paperback, here are a few of my picks for your weekend reading.
A Land More Kind than Home
One of the best books I read in 2012 is now in paperback! Rural, religious zeal, coming of age, mystery — this book has it all.
From my 5 star review…
Wiley Cash did not so much ease me into the disturbing world of his novel, as grip me by the throat and pull me along…The Appalachian mountains come alive through his descriptions. The characters’ voices practically sing off the page.
Another 5 star review of another harrowing book.
To love Girlchild as much as I did, you have to be willing to understand “raw.” Tupelo Hassman does not shy away from the anger, bitterness or shame that go with the broken down territory.
I am currently reading two books in paperback edition
Finally getting around to reading The Catcher in the Rye, which I’m liking not loving…
and one of absolute favorite books, which I am rereading (and enjoying even more the second time around), The Family Fang, by the uber-talented Kevin Wilson. This was another 5-star review.
What are your weekend picks?