What I've been reading

Nothing like this cold snap to make you want to curl up with a good book!

I finished Margaret Atwood's trilogy ending with "Maddaddam" and I have to say I really enjoyed it. It was unique and imaginative look at an end of society as we know it. Shall I say drug companies and cloning gone too far.

Can't say the same for Dean Koontz's "Innocence". Very readable but I just didn't get parts of it. It leads you to believe it is a beauty and the beast sort of story but it's not. And I didn't get the point of these weird inferences to the creepy marionettes he used to try to link and tie the story together. Sorry, I just didn't get it.

I did get to read the first in the Veronica Roth trilogy, "Divergent" It was very good and I am looking forward to the film that comes out in March. Have placed my holds and anxiously await my turn for her "Insurgent" and "Alligiant".

I rounded out my reading list for December with "Wish you Well" by David Baldacci. A very touching story and quick read about love, loss, and growing up. Not Baldacci's usual fare but a nice short divergence on a lazy day.


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