Stephanie Meyer’s Summer Reading List

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Here is a list of book suggestions from Stephanie Meyer to keep you busy until her new book comes out on August 2nd.  This list was published in this weeks People magazine.  Here are her comments.  What do you think of her list?  Have you read any of these books?   I haven’t and I’ve been wanting to try Neil Gaiman myself.  If you have read his books do you recommend Anansi Boys as one I should start with too?  I would love to hear your recommendations!

Cover ImagePeople have been telling me for years to read him.  i finally listened.

Cover ImageFor the first time in five years, I’m not under a deadline.  Tolstoy is next up on my Kindle reader.

Cover ImageQuirky, funny and fascinating.

Cover ImageThis is what I’m reading to my kids at night, and we’re all enjoying it (for the second time)

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  1. kegsoccer says:

    Hmm I’ve not read Gaiman but it seems everyone likes him!

  2. Mark Haddon’s Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime is on my list too. My sister recommended it. I tried to read one of his other books but couldn’t get into it.

  3. I’m always interested in reading lists, whether they’re award-winners, top-sellers, or author recommends…. I must be one of the last few people who hasn’t yet read *The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time*. It’s on my list, but hasn’t come into the house yet!

  4. I haven’t heard of that last one, but it sounds good! I am definitely in the minority in that I didn’t like The Curious Incident of the Dog in the night-time, although Mark Haddon really did a great job of portraying (one example) of an autistic child.

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