Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Top Ten Tuesday: Fall TBR

Hosted by The Broke and Bookish
TBR Pile: To Be Read Pile of books. Here is a list of books I hope to get to very soon in the Fall--I better or there are some challenges that just aren't going get finished.

1. Interview with a Vampire by Anne Rice
2. Savage Beauty: The Life of Edna St. Vincent Millay by Nancy Milford
3. The High Crusade by Poul Anderson (1960)
4. The Club Dumas by Arturo Perez-Reverte
5. English Music by Peter Ackroyd
6. Perelandra by C. S. Lewis
Perfect Reader by Maggie Pouncey
The Queen's Pawn by Christy English
9. Hide and Seek by Wilkie Collins
The Praise Singer by Mary Renault


Irene Palfy said...

fingers crossed for getting your challenges finished! (This year just runs away, doesn't it??)

Amanda Roper said...

I read that Millay biography earlier in the year and I really enjoyed it. Also, yay for Wilkie Collins!

Yvette said...

Great list, Bev. (I've only read one of them: INTERVIEW WITH A VAMPIRE, which I found boring. But don't let me sway you. :)) I didn't do my own list this week for Top Ten since I'd posted the top 25 books I want to read in a post a couple of weeks ago.

MJ said...

I haven't read any of these, but Savage Beauty sounds good. I was in Maine last summer, and stayed in Camden, Maine, where St. Vincent Millay had lived for awhile. There was a beautiful statute of her looking out over the harbor. It definitely got me interested in her life and work.

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

Good for you! You set your list and you refuse to let the new books coming out affect it. I wish I were a stronger person....

Bev Hankins said...

@Yvette: Interview is only on there because I was fool enough to sign up for the Gothic Challenge...

@Amanda & MJ: I love Millay and can't wait to read this one.

@Deb Nance: It's not hard to avoid the new books coming out.....I'm more of a classic lit kind of person anyway.

LBC said...

I haven't ever read Interview with a Vampire, and I've always thought that maybe I should. I think I started reading it in the eighth grade, but it was a bit too adult.

Come check out my list for the week here.