Just an update of the books in the house that I plan on reading soon! Feel free to give thoughts, but no spoilers.
Good Omens - Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. This was a present from last Christmas. I'm that far behind on my reading. I'm also not really keen on starting this as Terry never appealed to me and I read American Gods by Neil which I found a bit thin on character development. But Sandman was incredible so...
The First Fifteen Lives Of Harry August - Claire North. I read the first chapter of this in the back of another book, you know the way they do that to grab your attention? And my attention was grabbed.
The Girl In The Spider's Web - David Lagercrantz. Sequel to The Millenium Trilogy written after the original author died. We'll see how that goes.
Wild Swans - Jung Chang. This has been in the house for more than two years I think. I really want to read it, but it's huge so I never seem to feel ready for it.
Maus - Art Spiegelman. I've wanted to read it for ages and got it for Christmas. Will probably read soon.
Furiously Happy - Jenny Lawson. Got it for Christmas and again, will probably read soon. Highly recommended by friends.
Shadow Of Night - Deborah Harkness. I read part one of this series a couple of years ago and enjoyed, saw this in a second hand shop in December.
Go Set A Watchman - Harper Lee. I've had this for about a year. I keep forgetting I have it as it's not in my bookshelf [hardback so it won't fit]. Slightly apprehensive.
Her Fearful Symmetry - Audrey Niffenegger. Sounds interesting, from the author of The Time Traveller's Wife.
Pet Sematary - Stephen King. Got it as a present last week. Neil wants to read a book 'together' [starting at the same time] and he thought I would be more likely to do that if it was a King!
Mr. Mercedes [and Finders Keepers] - Stephen King. I always like to have an SK in the house when I don't feel like anything else.
Game Of Thrones: ASOIAF - George R. R. Martin. Borrowed it from someone over a year ago and have never started it because the series seems like such a huge undertaking. I would like to though!
The Twelve - Justin Cronin. I read part 1 in this series a few months ago and enjoyed it so much that I'm saving this for when I need to read something amazing.
Currently reading The Woman Who Stole My Life by Marian Keyes and I've ordered Lies by Michael Grant [part of the Gone series] from the library.