10 Books on the #AlreadyRead List: Part 16

  1. Mansfield Park.
  2. A Map of the World. Sad book. I’ve read it twice so it’s worth reading again even with all of the sadness.
  3. The Mapmaker’s Children.
  4. Marking Time. I just finished this book. Haven’t posted a review yet. I did enjoy reading it though.
  5. Me Talk Pretty One Day. I love David Sedaris. I would read this book a million more times. Incredibly funny.
  6. Memoirs of a Geisha. Love. Love. Love this book. I think it’s better than the movie because books usually are better.
  7. The Memory Keeper’s Daughter. I thought I wrote a review but maybe not? It’s an interesting story. Definitely worth reading.
  8. The Mermaid Chair. This one I read on accident for the second time. Hoping to accidentily read it for the third.
  9. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Immensely entertaining. It’s almost like a based-on- true-events story.
  10. The Midnight Queen. Please read this book. Tell me that I’m not the only one that loves it.
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