Friday, February 18, 2011

Library Loot: Third Trip in February

New Loot:

North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell
Our Mutual Friend by Charles Dickens
A Tale of Two Cities & Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman by Ernest J. Gaines
Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch. By Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett
The Knight of Maison-Rouge: A Novel of Marie Antoinette by Alexandre Dumas
The Adventures and Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle
Jane and the Unpleasantness at Scargrave Manor by Stephanie Barron
I Think I Love You by Allison Pearson
Mansfield Park by Jane Austen
Jane Goes Batty by Michael Thomas Ford
The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot
Wives and Daughters by Elizabeth Gaskell
Close to Famous by Joan Bauer
The Widow of the South by Robert Hicks
Vilette by Charlotte Bronte

Leftover Loot:

The Nine Tailors by Dorothy L. Sayers
The Thistle and the Rose by Jean Plaidy
The Beekeeper's Apprentice by Laurie R. King
Face Down in the Marrow-Bone Pie by Kathy Lynn Emerson
A Man Lay Dead by Ngaio Marsh

Library Loot is a weekly event co-hosted by Claire and Marg that encourages bloggers to share the books they’ve checked out from the library. If you’d like to participate, just write up your post-feel free to steal the button-and link it using the Mr. Linky any time during the week. And of course check out what other participants are getting from their libraries    

© 2011 Becky Laney of Becky's Book Reviews

8 comments:

Sandra 8:42 PM  

I really enjoyed A Tale of Two Cities & Great Expectations by Charles Dickens when I read them years ago. And I read several by Ngaio Marsh and enjoyed them too. I love Ernest Gaines books but haven't read Jane Pittman as I watched the film and still remember all the details. Enjoy your loot.

Laura H 10:19 PM  

I was hoping you would read the Beekeepers apprentice. I'm a big fan of the series. Not many people enjoy them, I think its too slow for them. I have listened to all of them on CD and love the books and the reader.

smblomker 11:50 PM  

It good to read classics. A lot of the old books are still worth reading. Myself though I stick to the newer books. I still try to read new authors as aften as I can.

I've been pating attention to what you add to your blog. I've noticed some of Agathia Christies books that you've been reading. I have been a great fan of hers for years and years.

kathy@bookskidslike.com 7:57 AM  

Some great authors- Dickens, Eliot, Bauer, Austen, Plaidy. Loved A Tale of Two Cities and Great Expectations! You've got lots of reading to do!!!!

cleemckenzie 10:25 AM  

Yes, to Great Expectations, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Mansfield Park and many others among your library loot, but I have to tell you I still shudder every time I hear the words Mill on the Floss all in a row.

melissa @ 1lbr 3:57 PM  

Wow, that's a lot of big classics! Good thing you read faster than pretty much anyone I know. I sure wouldn't be able to finish all those in time to return them :)

Bev Hankins 8:53 PM  

Mansfield Park is on my To Do list for reading challenges this year. You picked up WAY more at the library than I did this week...just one of those slow weeks for me. Here's my Loot post: http://myreadersblock.blogspot.com/2011/02/library-loot-february-16-22.html

Claire (The Captive Reader) 6:43 PM  

Fantastic loot this week! Elizabeth Gaskell, Jane Austen, Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett are all favourites of mine and Our Mutual Friend is the Dickens that I am most eager to read. Enjoy!

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