Daily Archives: March 19, 2010

Friday Finds – March 19, 2010

March 19, 2010

Friday Finds is hosted each week by Jenn on Should Be Reading. Share with your readers which books you’ve discovered and added to either your TBR or wish list.

I am constantly adding books to my wish list on Amazon. There are so many books listed there that I have no hope of reading them all – but it is still fun to add to it!

Clicking on the book title will take you to Amazon to get more information on the book; clicking on the featured blogger will take you to the review which tempted me.

A Wasted Vigil by Nadeem Aslam as featured on ANZ Litlovers Litblog. I have not read Maps for Lost Lovers which is this author’s most well-known novel…but I have had this one on my radar for awhile. ANZ LItlovers writes:  ‘It’s a love story of sorts set in Afghanistan, traversing its fraught history from the time of the Soviet Occupation to the American so-called War on Terror.‘ Despite a lukewarm review by this blogger, this book still interests me. I want to understand these kinds of conflicts, and I think this novel would help me do that…

The Murderer’s Daughters by Randy Susan Meyers as featured on Heather’s blog Book Addiction. Heather wrote: ‘The Murderer’s Daughters is an incredibly compelling family drama that hooked me in from the first page.‘ Any book that can hook a reader on page one is one I want to check out.

The Water’s Edge by Karin Fossum as featured on Kerrie’s blog Mysteries in Paradise. This is a translated novel and Kerrie writes: ‘THE WATER’S EDGE is a relatively quick read but raises some disturbing social issues.‘ Lately I have been interested in translated mysteries…this one goes straight to my wish list.

What new books did YOU discover this week?