I'll read this one to count to the Out Of Your Comfort Zone Challenge hosted at A Tapestry Of Words and the British Books challenge hosted by The Bookette as it is a mystery thriller, which is a genre I can't say I've ever tried before but I'm hoping will be a pleasant surprise. If you want to branch out and try new genres this year to find out more about your reading tastes then you might want to find out more information on the challenge here and join me in the fun!
Clan Of The Cave Bear by Jean M Auel (thank you to Kate, who is working on publicising the series for a younger audience for the publisher Hodder and Stoughton)
From the library
Annexed by Sharon Dogar (reviewed this week here)
Annexed is Peter's story about life in the annexe that he shared with Anne Frank and her family during the holocaust. Despite some issues, it is a very powerful story.
Frostbite by Richelle Mead (finished reading)
I finally got round to reading the second book in the Vampire Academy series and I loved it more than the first book in the series, Vampire Academy. Review coming soon!
The Merchant's Daughter by Iris Niven (finished reading)
I was lent this one by a lady at my church and it was written by a friend of hers for her two teenage girls. It was originally published in 1986 by Marshall Pickering and it was only by typing the ISBN number into Google that I managed to find it being sold on Amazon. It's about a young girl called Phoebe living at the time of the Roman Empire who is taken to live with relatives of her late mother after the mysterious death of her father. Review coming soon!
What did you get in your mailbox this week?