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Top Ten Books On My Spring 2014 TBR List (in no particular order)
Empty Mansions by by Bill Dedman Paul Clark Newell Jr. I've been seeing this places and it sounds fascinating.
Screw Everyone: Sleeping My Way to Monogamy by Ophira Eisenberg sounds hilarious.
Every Day After by Laura Golden seems like it will tug at a million heartstrings.
The Girl Who Came Home: A Novel of the Titanic by Hazel Gaynor. I love stories that connect past and present. Looks like this one will be great.
For Such a Time by Kate Breslin. I've always been partial to books set in early America and during the Civil War, but lately World War II fiction is catching my attention.
Two Sister: A Novel by Mary Hogan caught my eye lately too. Sister relationships fascinate me.
My husband and I went to see The Monuments Men Friday night starring George Clooney, Matt Damon, John Goodman, Bill Murray, Cate Blanchett, Hugh Bonneville, Jean Dujardin, Bob Balaban, and Dimitri Leonidas. We didn't know this was a true story, but after such an excellent movie, I want to know more. I ordered the book from Amazon.
We Were Liars by E. Lockhart made Publishers Weekly's list for the most anticipated books of Spring 2014. Plus it's set on a secluded island off Cape Cod. As a person who has lived in Massachusetts her entire life, it's a must read.
I've been seeing And the Dark Sacred Night by Julia Glass all over the place. I really want to read it.
Another World War II novel I would like to read is The Auschwitz Escape by Joel C. Rosenberg.
What's the book you're most looking forward to reading this spring?