June 2020: What are you reading?

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June 2020: What are you reading?

Jun 1, 2020, 7:43am

As stay-at-home restrictions are loosened around the world and bookstores and libraries are re-opened, what newly accessible 1001-books are you reading?

Jun 1, 2020, 7:50am

I'm sure you'll be surprised to hear I am still reading Anniversaries: From a Year in the Life of Gesine Cresspahl (only 3 months left!). I've also got The Living and the Dead on the go and will start The Graduate.

Editado: Jun 1, 2020, 10:49am

I'm planning to read Love Medicine with the group read this month. I'll probably start it in a few days.

This is the first day my library is open for curbside pickup only. It's been completely closed since mid-March.

Jun 9, 2020, 4:16pm

I got side-tracked into reading Northanger Abbey for my local reading group, when really I am supposed to be reading The Ambassadors in preparation for next month's group read here. I started Ambassadors but my copy had such small print, for such long paragraphs uninterrupted by dialogue, that I just could not handle it. So I ordered a Penguin edition with larger print. Will restart as soon as I leave the Abbey!

Jun 9, 2020, 9:39pm

I have finished Queen Margot by Alexandre Dumas, a group read for May at the Category Challenge and now I am picking up this month's group read, Love Medicine. I am also hoping to read both Summer by Edith Wharton and The Passion of New Eve by Angela Carter, but I may not get to both of them.

Jun 10, 2020, 5:09pm

>5 DeltaQueen50: I'll be very interested in what you think of The Passion of New Eve!

I'll be starting Deep Rivers by Jose Maria Arguedas next.

Jun 26, 2020, 5:20pm

I am listening to Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison. When she died last year I promised myself that I would read more of her books and this time with all the anit-racist demos seemed like a good time. It is read by Morrison herself and her delivery is wonderful. By coincidence PBS had a documentary about Morrison on this week which I watched. Now I am even more impressed by this woman.

Jun 27, 2020, 11:21am

I'm reading Madame Bovary and enjoying it so far!

Jun 29, 2020, 6:52pm

>6 LisaMorr: Unfortunately, I didn't get to The Passion of New Eve this month so it's gone back on the shelf for now. :(