I got a bit of reading done this week. Finished two books. The first of which was Possession: A Romance by A.S. Byatt which - to put it mildly - I loved it. One of my favorites books I've read this year. I also watched the film, which I was less than enthusiastic about, except for the period scenes, which I just adored. I'd also like to get my hands on some of Byatt's other work.
I also finally finished 1776 by David McCullough. Fantastic book for anyone enthusiastic about learning about The American Revolution, which incase you haven't noticed, I am. I started the book Nathanael Greene: A Biography by Gerald M. Carbone which is a biography about Washington's favorite general. After I finish, I have biographies lined up about another loyal Washington general: Henry Knox and one about Washington himself.
I'm close to finishing Indiscretion by Jude Morgan. I have to say, it's very Georgette Heyer-esque. I am really loving it. The dialogue is so fantastic that the characters' personalities just jump off the page.
The other day I also started The Meaning of Night: A Confession by Michael Cox. It's a hefty dark novel set in the 1850s. It'll probably take me a bit to read it.
Last but not least, I received the Me-To-You award from Jenny at TakeMeAway. Thanks!
I hope today and the rest of the week goes smoothly for everyone. :)