There are a few days left in July, but the fourth Tuesday is here, and that means WOYN!
Since last time I have completed:
The Methuselah Project by Rick Barry, fiction, reviewed here. WWII American pilot shot down in Germany is experimented on by Nazi doctor trying to accelerate the body’s healing and prolong life. Excellent!
They Almost Always Come Home by Cynthia Ruchti, fiction, reviewed here. Libby and Greg’s marriage is crumbling due to blame, guilt, and emotional distancing, and Libby is planning to leave, but then Greg goes missing and she must find him.
Great British Short Stories: A Vintage Collection of Classic Tales, audiobook, reviewed here. Not my favorite, but not unpleasant.
I’m currently reading:
Ten Fingers For God: The Life and Work of Dr. Paul Brand by Paul Brand. A reread from 20 or so years ago.
Leaving Oxford by Janet W. Ferguson. Just started this one – not sure what I think yet.
More Things in Heaven and Earth by Jeff High. Ditto.
Give Them Grace: Dazzling Your Kids with the Love of Jesus by Elyse M. Fitzpatrick and Jessica Thompson
Be Mature (James): Growing Up in Christ by Warren Wiersbe
Home to Chicory Lane by Deborah Raney. I know I have listed that several times, and it keeps getting pushed back, I think partly because it’s the first in a series, and I think I am going to want to read the series straight through once I start it.
I’m Still Here: A New Philosophy of Alzheimer’s Care by John Zeisel, HT to Lisa’s review.
June Bug by Chris Fabry
Waiting For Peter by Elizabeth Musser