We're back from a few days at the beach in time to celebrate the end of this year and the beginning of the next. Here are the last five books of 2014. If I finish another one today, I'll add it to 2015's tally.
Book #59 was The Collected Sermons of Walter Brueggemann. I've been reading these sermons all year, and finding them nourishing to my soul. Highly recommended.
Book #60 was another Anthony Trollope book, the last one in the Barchester series, The Last Chronicle of Barset. This wraps up some of the story lines we've been following through the whole series. These books are satisfying to read, and I have many more still, even though this first series is done!
Book #61 was He's Gone, by Deb Caletti. This was a fascinating examination of a marriage, undertaken by a woman whose husband has disappeared mysteriously.
Book #62 was The Secret Country, by Pamela Dean. I read this at my daughter's recommendation, and I didn't like it as much as she did.
Book #63 was Speak Love: Making Your Words Matter, by Annie F. Downs. There's lots of good, encouraging stuff here aimed at teenage girls.
Here are my other Reading Updates of the year:
Books #1 & 2
I linked this post to Semicolon's annual post where people can share their reading lists from the year about to end. Go and see what other people have read this year here.
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