Adding to my TBR list – Bookmarks January/February 2014

Here are the books that made it onto my to-read list from the latest issue of Bookmarks Magazine.

The January/February issue was full of interesting non-fiction titles; here are the ones that caught my eye:


Have you read any of these?

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17 Responses to Adding to my TBR list – Bookmarks January/February 2014

  1. Mouse took off with my issue before I got a chance to read it. I’m still looking for it. You wouldn’t think it would be that hard to find something she hides . . . I haven’t read any of the books you’ve listed, although I’ve come close a couple times to reading Devil in the White City. I don’t know why I haven’t.
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    • CarrieK
      Twitter: booksandmovies

      Wendy – I’ve been meaning to read that one for a while, too – especially since I really liked In the Garden of Beasts. And it is amazing to me how completely toddlers can lose things! I hope your issue turns up soon. :)

  2. Kailana says:

    I really wish I had this magazine. Magazines are just so flipping expensive in Canada. :( I haven’t read any of these either!
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  3. bermudaonion (Kathy)
    Twitter: bermudaonion

    My sister gave me a subscription to Bookmarks for my birthday. The January/February issue was my first one and I am hooked! I haven’t read any of the books you listed.
    bermudaonion (Kathy)´s last post ..Review: The Supreme Macaroni Company

  4. hillarypat says:

    The Confederate in the Attic is pretty good but The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down is so good and terribly sad and just really moving.
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    • CarrieK
      Twitter: booksandmovies

      Hillary – I love her essays, so I think I’m going to make an effort to find time for that one this year.

  5. Sandy
    Twitter: youvegottaread

    Devil in the White City would be on my top reads ever. (BTW I couldn’t stand the one he wrote about the Ambassador in Nazi Germany.) But Chicago, the World’s Fair, the famous architects that built Chicago, and a serial murderer? AWESOME. I never saw Chicago the same after I read that book, in the best way possible.
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    • CarrieK
      Twitter: booksandmovies

      Sandy – I didn’t love his Nazi book, but I did find it interesting. I will definitely be adding Devil in the White City to my 2014 reading list!

  6. Liz says:

    Wow, nice selection here. I have read some of them: Devil in the White City – good solid read. Confederates – you as a reader have to really be into the Civil War to appreciate this one, I think. The Spirit Catches You – fascinating about inter-cultural challenges and health care. Salvation on Sand Mountain – fascinating to see how the author changes over time (even if you’re not into religion – it has anthropological aspects to it…) And haven’t read that particular Simon Winchester title, but have read other titles by him – good writing! You have some great reading to choose from here!
    liz in texas

  7. Sheila (Book JOurney)
    Twitter: bookjourney

    Devil In The White City is fantastic. Our book club read it a couple years ago and it won our Bookies book club book of the year award.
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  8. Susan says:

    These all look good. I got the Patchett book for Christmas so will read that one soon. I’m also interested in reading the Adrift one too. It sounds like an epic survival tale. Good picks!
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