State of the TBR Pile 15: April 2013

And currently on the nightstand:

One for the Money, by Janet Evanovich (lent to me by a member of my in-person book group)
Apothecary, by Maile Meloy (for my work 3-5th Grade book club June selection)
The Little Way of Ruthie Lemming, by Rod Dreher (my husband knows him, read this, and says I need to read it so I  know why he wants a cow)
Orleans, by Sherri L. Smith (because it sounds interesting, though C was freaked out by it)
A Tale for the Time Being , by Ruth Ozeki (because it sounds interesting)
The Different Girl, by Gordon Dahlquist (Ms. Yingling piqued my interest in this one)
Where’d You Go Bernadette, by Maria Semple
Last Days of Summer, by Steve Kluger (Because I adore My Most Excellent Year)
Eleanor & Park, by Rainbow Rowell
The Blind Side, by Michael Lewis (this was initially for the library winter challenge, but I didn’t get to it in time. I’m still interested in it, though.)
Here Where the Sunbeams are Green, by Helen Phillips (I liked the cover…)
The Fire Horse Girl, by Kay Honeyman (Charlotte blogged about it, and I liked the idea)
Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe, by Benjamin Alire Saenz (it’s been on my radar since the ALA awards, I’m just now getting around to reading it)

And two more, unpictured:
Unlucky Charms, by Adam Rex
Hold Fast, by Blue Balliet

So, what’s on your pile this month?

6 thoughts on “State of the TBR Pile 15: April 2013

  1. I'm eager to hear your thoughts on Eleanor and Park. It's an issue book and I wasn't prepared for an issue book. I liked it well enough, but I seem to be in the minority in thinking that it isn't best YA ever in the history of time. 😉

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