January Recap and WHERE Are You Reading Link Up

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January was a great month here at Book Journey for books and audio.  It has been a long time since I have had such a good month.  I end with this last day of January with 12 reads completed and reviewed,  Here is what they were:

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The Road by Cormac McCarthyckson

Between The Lines by Jodi Piccoult

In The Belly Of Jonah by Sandra Brannan

Gods In Alabama by Joshilyn Jackson

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Will To Murder by Gail Feichting

Ashes by Ilsa Bick

The Gilly Sisters by Tiffany Baker

A Stolen Life by Jaycee Dugard

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GONE by Randy Wayne White

Murder Of The Century by Paul Collins

Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans

Born This Way by Paul Vitagliano

For best of the month, I would say do not pass on Gods In Alabama, The Gilly Salt Sisters and Level 2.

Here is my WHERE I have been reading so far this year.  If you are participating in the WHERE Are You Reading Challenge, please add your recap post to the linky below:

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Have you read any of these books?  What was your best reads of January?

23 thoughts on “January Recap and WHERE Are You Reading Link Up

  1. I’ve read Gods in Alabama (this month) and Between the Lines, in November.

    Probably my favorite book this month (I haven’t done my recap, as I hope to finish another book today) was There Was an Old Woman, by Hallie Ephron.

    I really liked Gods in Alabama, but it wasn’t quite my favorite.

  2. January was a great reading month for me too. I haven’t read any of these books on your list. My best reads were The Memory Clinic and Me Before You, which I just finished yesterday and couldn’t put down!

  3. very impressive! as soon as i finish school in 3 months I hope to get back to my reading habits but wow, girl! i don’t think i’ve ever made it to 12 in one month! very cool 😀

  4. I’m listening to The Gilly Salt SIsters now, but haven’t read any of your other January books. Not sure what I think about the Gilly book yet, but the narrator is very good!

  5. I never know where you get all the time to get through so many books. I read a few more but I don’t do audio (and my life is a bit quieter). It was a good month for you.

    I see that you’re listening to Peaches for Father Francis. I’ve just finished it – a nice read but not as good as Chocolat. 🙂

  6. I saw this all the time, to a few of you speed readers…. wow! I haven’t read Gods in Alabama, but hear it’s a must read.

    I reviewed 6, read 4 in January. AND I was on vacation for 12 days. The bookstores in London/Oxford are trip worthy alone…. I discovered about a dozen must read titles, Now to find time!

    Good luck in February.

  7. Yay! I won!! I suppose you need my e-mail address. It is kacyrellis [at] gmail (dot) com

    I’ve heard so many great things about The Road. I found a copy at our local library book sale last year, and I’m hoping to get to it sometime soon. Also, your review of The Gilly Salt sisters made me want to read that one as well.

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