30 November 2008

Weekly Discoveries #6




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Here are this week's discoveries. As always, many come from other bloggers' book reviews, but others are my own finds.



Book Suggestions
Sea of Poppies by Amitav Ghosh (historical fiction, India/China)
Marrying Mozart by Stephanie Cowell (historical fiction)
The Piano Tuner by Daniel Mason (historical fiction)
Towers of Gold by Frances Dinkelspiel (nonfiction)
The King's Daughter by Sandra Worth (historical fiction)
Possession by A. S. Byatt (fiction)
Alex & Me by Irene Pepperberg
Lumby Lines by Gail Fraser (fiction)

Authors to Check Out
Cora Harrison (medieval Ireland mysteries)
Deanna Raybourn (mysteries)
Linda Buckley-Archer (YA fantasy)
Laurie R. King (mysteries)

Books Bought or Borrowed
The Rose Labyrinth by Titania Hardie (fiction/fantasy/puzzle: looks like lots of fun!)
Dead to the World by Charlaine Harris (Southern Vampire series #4)

4 comments:

Nicole 11/30/08, 5:29 PM  

I had a copy of Possession at one point and I'm not sure if I still have it. The blurb on A.S. Byatt books always seem so interesting to me but I then I find the books to be really hard to get into.

Ex Libris 11/30/08, 10:33 PM  

I read Daniel Mason's The Piano Tuner earlier this year. It was a very interesting novel. I hope you get a chance to read and enjoy it.

Matt 11/30/08, 10:59 PM  

I have Sea of Poppies waiting in the pile, part of my Booker challenge book readings. I read Marry Mozart a long time ago and I realize I don't remember much of it! I need to refresh my memory with the notes. The Piano Tuner is a great historical fiction if you're interested in Burma. :)

Michele at Reader's Respite 11/30/08, 11:33 PM  

I just bought The Rose Labyrinth, too....doesn't it look like fun????

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