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What are you reading this week?

Hi all! I'm just curious about what everyone is reading!! I love checking out books other people are enjoying just to see if it might be my style, too.

Right now, I'm reading a few things:

Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld

This is another Pride and Prejudice retelling (WHICH I LOVE. I have a whole collection of Jane Austen spinoffs right here if you wanna check them out!!) I've been waiting to be able to get this ebook from my library for weeks, and I finally got it yesterday!! Yay!! I will probably read it all this week.

Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly

My loan expires on this tomorrow and I just started it so I probably will have to check it out again!!
This is the (fictional, inspired by real stories) story of three different women in different circumstances during World War II. I've really loved it so far, and hope I can check it out again soon so I can finish it this week!!

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo

Yeah....this one was on a ton of book lists and I just finally picked it up. It's all about how to clean in a certain way that should last forever if you do it properly. I'm not yet convinced, though. I'll let you know if I think it will work haha. It's definitely an interesting read if you like instructional or non-fiction style writing.

What are you reading? Let's talk in the comments!

@deilig Ooooo I love the intricacies of spy related books usually :) I'll look it up!!!
@ValerieOrozco Cool! Thanks :D
@timeturnerjones Yeah lol the first book is called the 5th wave.
It was good and it needs to be read slow as not to get confused on who side everyone is. The first book actually was made into a movie.
@deilig I think I've seen those in the store but never read them! How is it?
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