I've labeled this historical fiction, but truthfully I'm not sure what the genre really is...it's a peculiar book.
I'm reading it for my English class at school. The professor and I seem to have different tastes in literature, but I'm really enjoying this one.
The Zen of Listening by Rebecca Z. Shafir
As you might guess from the title, this one is about how to listen. It's another school book.
Shogun by James Clavell
I haven't looked at this in over a month, but I'm not willing to put it on the list of unfinished books quite yet! I think that part of the problem may be that I've reached a point in the book where part of me feels like it would be a good stopping point even though the story isn't actually over yet.
Sabriel by Garth Nix
I've been listening to this one as I go to sleep at night. I'm pretty close to the end of it.
I've listened tot his book so many times before, but it's only this time that I've begun to notice just how beautiful Nix's writing is. It's like I'm discovering new layers to the book! Which I guess I am. :)
Bloodhound by Tamora Pierce
I put this one on hold at Library2Go and it finally became available a couple days ago. I started listening to it yesterday on my iPhone as I volunteered at my library, and then listened to it some more today while I was lying in bed sick.