Single White Psychopath Seeks Same by Jeff Strand
The Notebook of Professor Miskovic,novel about paranormal and mysterious events in Serbia.
I'm reading the Hard Case Crime book, "Fifty To One" that I mentioned a few posts back but the audiobook I have going right now is an old one by Elmore Leonard called "The Moonshine War." It was written in 1969 and takes place during prohibition. I'm a little more than half way through and I'm loving it.
When I read Elmore, it makes me wonder if movie director and script writer Quentin Tarantino is influenced by Elmore's writing. Elmore's characters have these funny conversations about trivial things much like Tarantino's movie characters do. "Jackie Brown" is an adaptation of Elmore's book, "Rum Punch" so Tarantino has read at least one Elmore Leonard book.
I took my kindle with me on our camping trip and read The Hunger Games finally.
Then I started The Cider House Rules, about 150 pages in, and so far I like it. Have only tried to ever read one John Irving book, and I couldn't get through it, but I might try it again. Mayhap it was one of those "age" things, that I couldn't get into it.
The fourth Outlander book is still patiently waiting on me to pick it up.
With all this talk about John Irving, I have to jump in and highly recommend The World According to Garp. That book changed my life as a reader!
Reading Everything's Eventual. Also, planning on re-reading Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov.