Cecilturtle Travelling the States

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Cecilturtle Travelling the States

Editado: Jan 10, 10:48 am

As much as I try travelling around the world, I seem to roam around the States a great deal. Last year, I was pretty happy with the ground I covered, so I'll use my 2023 reads as a base and build from there.
I'll have a 5 book limit for each state to keep it manageable.
Toot, toot, looking forward to some transcontinental reads!

Create Your Own Visited States Map

Editado: Abr 3, 4:02 pm

1. La fille de papier by Guillaume Musso (2023)
2. The Bookshop of Yesterdays by Amy Meyerson (2023)
3. A Thousand Years of Yesterdays by H. Spencer Lewis (2023)
4. Guilt by Jonathan Kellerman (2024)
5. The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion (2024)

1. Killer Pancake by Diane Mott Davidson (2023)

District of Columbia
1. Les Imposteurs by John Grisham (2023)

1. The Cat Who Moved Mountains by Lilian Jackson Braun (2023)

1. Moms who Drink and Swear by Nicole Knepper (2023)

1. Dites-leur que je suis un homme by Ernest J. Gaines (2023)
2. The Feast of All Saints by Anne Rice (2024)

1. Homicide by Philippe Squarzoni and David Simon (2023)

1. The Postmistress by Sarah Blake (2024)

1. The Cat Who Saw Red by Lilian Jackson Braun (2023)
2. The Cat Who Knew Shakespeare by Lilian Jackson Braun (2023)

1. La Conspiration by Maggie Hall (2023)

Editado: Abr 3, 4:03 pm

New Hampshire
1. La Vérité sur l'Affaire Harry Quebert by Joël Dicker (2023)

New Jersey
1. Unsheltered by Barbara Kingsolver (2023)

New York
1. Something Borrowed by Emily Giffin (2023)
2. La Brume by Mireille St-Pierre (2023)
3. Under My Skin by Lisa Unger (2023)
4. The Shadow by James Patterson and Brian Sitts (2024)
5. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith (2024)

Rhode Island
1. The Marriage Plot by Jeffrey Eugenides (2023)

1. Braving the Wilderness by Brené Brown (2023)

Jan 10, 10:47 am

Back from Massachusetts with The Postmistress by Sarah Blake, set in Franklin, a little town on the Cape

Editado: Jan 30, 1:38 pm

I finished The Feast of All Saints by Anne Rice set in New Orleans, Louisiana. This is an interesting account of Creole society in the 19th century.

Fev 3, 2:28 pm

Post-apocalyptic New York in The Shadow by James Patterson and Brian Sitts. Terrible but a vision of NYC in the future (2050? didn't really care).

Abr 3, 4:03 pm

I'm wrapping up California and New York with The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion and A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith

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