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My Week on Wednesday | #11

By Mle_vnc @Backlist_Books
My Week On Wednesday is a weekly link-up post in which I share with you what I've been reading, what I'm reading next, and any other bookish stuff I enjoyed in the past week! (Click on book images to view Goodreads page.)
Just shelved:
I just finished On the Move, which was an incredibly interesting read - it's loosely a memoir, but contains a treasure trove of medical knowledge in bite-sized pieces. The Children's Crusade is an epic family saga centred around the Blairs. The story starts with the parents, but mainly switches between the four children, and we watch them grow up, move into their respective adult roles, and how their childhood is never far from their minds.
Currently reading:
I'm dying to dive into A God In Ruins - but first, I need to read this book! I've started it, and so far it's well written, evokes its time period flawlessly, and has characters I want to know more about. I've heard really good feedback about this book, so I've got high hopes!
Up next:
These two just arrived in the mail and I'm having a hard time deciding which to read first! They both look excellent and have come highly recommended by friends and some of my favorite bloggers. In fact, one of my favorite people, Karen from One More Page, is hosting a giveaway of We Are All Made of Molecules which is open to Canadian readers. Head on over, check out her blog, and enter to win!
In related news:
If you're interested in reading A God In Ruins, check out the NPR Morning Edition Book Club - you can read along, share your favorite quotes and even ask questions about the book.
Now it's your turn - what have you been up to in the past week? Read any great books? Pick up any you can't wait to read? Have thoughts to share on any of the books mentioned in this post? Share in the comments or link up and write your own post! <div class="statcounter"><a title="blogger counters" href="" class="statcounter"><img class="statcounter" src="" alt="blogger counters" /></a></div>

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