Books I'm Reading

I don't have a photo like my Snail's Tales uncle, but here is an update. This will be the last update for a while as I've got to finish a few of these, for research purposes and otherwise (some are getting a little dull).
Cook with Jamie Oliver (finished)
The Spymaster's Lady by Jo Bourne (finished. Everyone, get your hands on this book and read it! It's fun, extremely well-written, heart-wrenching, and I'm really really sad to have to leave it behind. Jo, if you ever see this, you *could* work out a sequel by writing a love story about one of Anneka (I defer to you :-)) and Grey's children...)
Ms Zephyr's Notebook by kc dyer (about to start)
Heretics by G. K. Chesterton (could have been published in 2005 not 1905!)
Mistress of the Art of Death by Ariana Franklin (halfway through)
Ephesus by ? from 1865 (from GoogleBooks)
The Jerusalem Bible (at Hosea)
rereading The Return of the King (almost finished)
The Lord of the Rings: A Reader's Companion by Hammond and Scull (almost finished)
Tales Before Tolkien short stories (almost finished)
I, Cladius (fun research)
Der Ruf der Trommel (Drums of Autumn) by Diana Gabaldon (on the train)
A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens (reading every once in a while)
Paradise Lost by John Milton (ditto)
The Divine Comedy: Hell by Dante (ditto)
Australian Short Stories (ditto)

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Deniz Bevan said…
Update:
Ms Zephyr's Notebook by kc dyer (about to start)
Heretics by G. K. Chesterton (could have been published in 2005 not 1905!)
Mistress of the Art of Death by Ariana Franklin (halfway through)
Ephesus by ? from 1865 (from GoogleBooks)
The Jerusalem Bible (at Hosea)
rereading The Return of the King (finished)
The Lord of the Rings: A Reader's Companion by Hammond and Scull (finished)
Tales Before Tolkien short stories (almost finished)
I, Cladius (nearly done)
Der Ruf der Trommel (Drums of Autumn) by Diana Gabaldon (on the train)
A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens (reading every once in a while)
Paradise Lost by John Milton (ditto)
The Divine Comedy: Hell by Dante (ditto)
Australian Short Stories (ditto)

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