What I’m Reading — August 2016

What I'm Reading Monthly Book Roundup

What I Read in July

What did I read in July? Lots of Cadfael mysteries!

  • The Leper of St. Giles by Ellis Peters. This is the fifth in the Chronicles of Brother Cadfael series.
  • The Virgin in the Ice by Ellis Peters. #6 in the series.
  • Sanctuary Sparrow by Ellis Peters. This is at least the third time I have read this book. I nearly skipped it rather than read it again because I thought I would be bored by it, but this is still one of my favorites in the series and I enjoyed it very much, even the third time around.
  • The Devil’s Novice by Ellis Peters. #8 in the Cadfael series.
  • Dead Man’s Ransom by Ellis Peters.

I am nearly halfway through the series now, but I am taking a little break from Cadfael in August so I can read some other things.

What I’m Reading Now

What Are You Reading?

Are you reading anything good this summer? Have a new favorite you’ve been recommending to anyone who will listen? Let me know in the comments!


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3 Responses to What I’m Reading — August 2016

  1. Seems like an interesting series. Thanks for sharing all your reading adventures. I am reading Elizabeth Bishop’s letters in “One Art” and Glenn Taylor’s “A Hanging at Cinder Bottom”; both books are fantastically captivating.

  2. Alice C. says:

    Both of those look intriguing. Thank you for sharing!

  3. Carole says:

    I read all the Ellis Peters/Edith Pargeter books that I could find a few years back. I loved the Cadfael series, but they’re all good.
    I’m reading (or rather listening to) the Wool trilogy by Hugh Howey at the moment and am loving it.

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