Wonder Woman: Blood (volume 1, New 52) by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang - I was a little ways into this book when I picked it up on Saturday. It was a quick read, though one I didn't enjoy as much as I'd expected.
Birds of a Lesser Paradise, by Megan Mayhew Bergman - I had about 100 pages of this one left that I polished off pretty quickly. This as a rich, multi-faceted collection of stories. Can't wait to review it!
The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly, by Sun-Mi Hwang - This is an interlibrary loan book that came in on Thursday. I picked it up Saturday night after finishing Birds and Wonder Woman, and I still polished it off in no time. This little fable packed a bigger punch than I expected.
Right now I'm a little ways into All the Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Doerr. I picked this one up sometime this past week on a night I couldn't sleep. I was immediately sucked in by the short chapters and gorgeous, atmospheric writing.
I picked up Family, by J. California Cooper, while I was at the library getting my interlibrary loan book. The central character is really interesting, and while I'm only about 70 pages in, the plot has taken some turns I wouldn't have anticipated.
This month is shaping up nicely! How's your reading coming along? It's Martin Luther King, Jr. Day here in the US, so cheers to a day of service (and hematology appointments...hmmphf).