It's time again for that weekly update on all the things well read-or not, as the case may be. Last week I was reading Anatomy of Deception by Lawrence Goldstone. I usually like historical mysteries, but this one just didn't do it for me. The main character was too priggish, and it took forever to get to any real action. I gave up after about 125 pages.
I did manage to finish This is How by MJ Hyland. My rather ambivalent review is here. Right now I'm reading Wolf Hall, by Hilary Mantel. It's the story of Henry VIII England as told through the life of Thomas Cromwell. Really dense with history but also really good so far.
I'm doing the Read-A-Thon at The Neverending Shelf this week, since I'm on spring break, so I am hoping to get a ton of reading done. I'm not going to bother with the titles, though, because everytime I post what I think I'm going to read next something comes up and I read something else entirely. So you'll just have to wait and be surprised. I hope everyone has a great reading week!