It’s Monday, What Are You Reading?

It’s Monday, What Are You Reading? is a weekly meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.  The purpose of the meme is to discuss books we are reading this week, as well as books we completed the previous week.

Books I Completed This Week:
The Face on the Milk Carton by Caroline B. Cooney: I don’t know.  I just…started them.
Whatever Happened to Janie? by Caroline B. Cooney: I feel compelled to finish this series, and I’m so busy these days that something this easy is all I have the brain space for.  Review to come.
The Voice on the Radio by Caroline B. Cooney: I don’t understand why the story continues to be drawn out the way it is, but I’m determined to finish this stuff.

Books I’m Reading This Week:
What Janie Found by Caroline B. Cooney: I’m almost done.  I have to see how it ends.

I don’t know what else I’m going to read this week as my slump continues.

What are you reading this week?

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9 thoughts on “It’s Monday, What Are You Reading?

  1. Sarah says:

    There’s apparently going to be ANOTHER Janie book picking up after What Janie Found. The mind boggles but yet I want to read it. (Also, I used to have the biggest crush on Reeve and was heartbroken when he did what he did in radio. Ah, teen angst!)

    • Clementine Bojangles says:

      I actually just read that the other day, and I know I’ll read it, too.

      I don’t know why I never finished the series as a teen. I know I read the first book and was obsessed with Reeve (and always wanted a boy to pull me down into a pile of leaves like he does), and I agree that what he does in The Voice on the Radio is awful. However, that was perhaps the most authentic thing to happen in the books so far, I think.

      • Clementine Bojangles says:

        (Clearly I’m spending too much time thinking about these books because I COULD GO ON AND ON)

  2. Oh wow, I totally remember reading The Face on the Milk Carton when I was in school (probably around the time it came out, man that makes me feel old.) I didn’t realize it was a series.
    I understand your need to finish a series, even when you’re not liking it very much! I’m happy to have found your blog.

    Here’s my Monday

  3. Jo says:

    I read The Face on the Milk Carton when I was in middle school (with a much different cover). This just gave me a moment of nostalgia. I didn’t know there were sequels though.

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