I would be interested in reading Shooting Kabul-did you ever read The Bookseller of Kabul.
Great looking books this last week... I am going to peek at your reviews!
I'll bet you'd like The Dressmaker of Khair Khana: Five Sisters, One Remarkable Family, and the Woman Who Risked Everything to Keep Them Safe I'll have a review up in February, but it is on Goodreads now.
I mostly Cybils short list books this week and some short stories. Come see the full list.
Looks like you had a great week. Hope this week is a good one too. Be interested in which YA book you will choose.
Muslim Women Reformers by Ida Lichter sounds very interesting! Have a wonderful reading week.
Esme--I did read the Bookseller of Kabul and this one is totally different from it.Sheila--Thanks for stopping by, I know you have so many through the memeRAnn--I'll put the Dressmaker on my TBR right now, thank you for the recommendation!Pussreboots--How great to read an award list, I haven't ever done thatJan--It was a really good week. I have one long book to get through this week and lots going on so I may only get through one. And which YA to choose...Nina--I hope you entered the give away
Isn't the cover of The Girl who Fell from the Sky so appealing? I saw that book at B&N yesterday and got really curious about it. It does sound very intriguing. Have a great week!
Aths--I do like the cover of the Girl Who Fell, I think the story sounds so interesting as well. I am going to put off reading it until closer to my book group meeting date though so it's fresh in my mind.
I thought Shooting Kabul was a very good debut. I won't say what I am reading because whenever I do that I jinx myself and the book turns on me. Though next up is Lamplighter by Corniish
Doret--I like that you don't say what you're reading so it can't "turn on you"! I look forward to hearing what it is
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