FridayReads

Because books are better when shared.

  1. sumudusiriwardana answered: These days I’m reading LABYRINTH by Kate Mosse
  2. simpleaspossible answered: I’m currently reading Solar by Ian McEwan.
  3. messeduppersonality answered: journey to the centre of the earth
  4. pinkpokemons answered: Reading Flawless by Sara Shepard
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  6. theliterarysnob answered: Battle Royale by Koushun Takami
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  8. wandersea answered: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte! <3
  9. theliterarysnob reblogged this from fridayreads and added:
    I’m currently reading Battle Royale by Koushun Takami.
  10. herofcanton reblogged this from fridayreads and added:
    I am still reading Oryx and Crake, and Inkheart. I don’t believe I’ve started anything else lately.
  11. keroscenery answered: Seventh Heaven by Alice Hoffman, The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde and Them by Joyce Carol Oates
  12. outoftheazul reblogged this from mmemordant and added:
    Howl’s Moving Castle, by Diana Wynne Jones
  13. proofrok answered: "Still Life With Woodpecker" — Tom Robbins, and, "Lost Horizon" — James Hilton
  14. hornreviews reblogged this from fridayreads and added:
    Finishing those Rumpus books today so I can start Some Do Not… by Ford Madox Ford tomorrow. And maybe A Blue Hand by...
  15. karinanotcinerina answered: I just 30 minutes ago finished Lucy by Laurence Gonzales. Excellent read!
  16. caroleinchicago reblogged this from fridayreads and added:
    currently reading IN THE GARDEN OF BEASTS by erik larson. YAY FRIDAYREADS!
  17. caroleinchicago answered: IN THE GARDEN OF BEASTS by Erik Larson
  18. infinitegestures reblogged this from fridayreads and added:
    Catching up on back issues of The Believer magazine, and reading Just Kids by Patti Smith.
  19. bravenewbrain answered: The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
  20. cattyfantastic answered: Buried Prey
  21. mmemordant reblogged this from coyotesqrl and added:
    2030 by Albert Brooks! And periodically Adverbs by Daniel Handler.
  22. lisalovesliterature reblogged this from fridayreads and added:
    The Winner Stands Alone, by Paulo Coelho.
  23. lisalovesliterature answered: The Winner Stands Alone by Paulo Coelho.
  24. savagebean reblogged this from fridayreads and added:
    I just started The Poisonwood Bible, by Barbara Kingsolver. It’ll probably be more than one week before I finish this...
  25. 1bookamonth reblogged this from fridayreads and added:
    I wish I could say No Country for Old Men, since that’s our book of the month, but if I don’t start pacing myself, this...
  26. coyotesqrl reblogged this from fridayreads and added:
    Moby Dick.
  27. afewmorepages reblogged this from fridayreads and added:
    I’m still reading John Adams by David McCullough and North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell. Someday I will finally make...
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  29. hilegunslinger reblogged this from fridayreads and added:
    I’m reading The Realm of Possibility by David Levithan
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  31. thestorykeeper answered: "Love for no Reason" by Marci Shimoff
  32. muchlovekris reblogged this from fridayreads and added:
    I’m being reallllllly nerdy this week- reading From Racism to Genocide: Anthropology in the Third Reich. Yep that would...
  33. drunkdiva29 answered: Big Girl Small by Rachel DeWoskin
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  35. russann reblogged this from fridayreads and added:
    The Redbreast by Jo Nesbo who is called the Best Crime Novelist in Norway
  36. cats-books-donuts reblogged this from fridayreads and added:
    Half Broke Horses by Jeannette Walls It’s our book club book for my Department Book Club for June. It’s a pretty easy...
  37. irunfrombears reblogged this from fridayreads and added:
    I’m reading Bossypants and Townie and like ten other books. Trying to get a handle on my to-read pile.
  38. eleigh reblogged this from fridayreads and added:
    I’m reading The Virgin Queen’s Daughter which is actually way more engrossing than anything I’ve read by Phillipa...