Books I Put on Hold This Week

I say this week, but I really mean “at some point since the last time I did this.” You know how it goes. 🙂

Dead HarvestDead Harvest, by Chris Holm. I absolutely loved the cover on this one, which is all fancy and retro and cool. And then it had an awesome back-cover description about a guy what collects souls and takes them to Hell, except for this one time when he’s like, how about not this girl? The jacket doesn’t say, but I’m guessing this involves a little bit of running and adventure and badassery. We shall see!

ImagineImagine, by Jonah Lehrer. I read another one of Lehrer’s books a couple years ago, and I found it pretty interesting if repetitive. I imagine (ha!) this book will go the same way, but I’m intrigued to learn more about creativity and imagination and chemist bartenders and autistic surfers.

Let's Pretend This Never HappenedLet’s Pretend This Never Happened, by Jenny Lawson. I probably could have read this book already if I hadn’t put myself on the audiobook list, but like many humorous memoirs before it, I feel the need to hold out for the author-read version. I am continually amused by Lawson’s blog, The Bloggess, so I’m pretty sure I’m going to adore this.

What are you guys waiting on this week?

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2 thoughts on “Books I Put on Hold This Week

  1. caridubiel says:

    I actually only have two things checked out right now: A Dance With Dragons and Jasper Fforde’s Shades of Grey (on audio). So I’m making my way through those, as well as a pile of ARCs, which includes those last two books. Maybe I will actually get caught up on my reading before the baby comes. A girl can dream.

    • Alison says:

      I just took back a towering stack of books and I still have 19 things checked out. Sigh. But OMG SHADES OF GREY WOOOOOOOOO! How is it on audio?

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