Sprig Muslin - Georgette Heyer The Phantom of the Opera - Gaston Leroux, Alexander Teixeira de Mattos Mary Poppins - Mary Shepard, P.L. Travers The Fault in Our Stars - John Green Red Storm Rising - Tom Clancy Written in My Own Heart's Blood - Diana Gabaldon Shock Wave (A Virgil Flowers Novel) - John Sandford Pushing Ice - Alastair Reynolds Brightness Reef - David Brin Sharp Objects - Gillian Flynn

Sprig Muslin - Delightful and charming! I've enjoyed the other Heyers I've read, but this one is my favorite by far. 


The Phantom of the Opera - Audio book. I'm a bit embarrassed that I was only vaguely familiar with the story. Very enjoyable! Audio book.


Mary Poppins - Not what I was expecting, and I liked it more than I would have if it had been what I was expecting. If I've seen the movie, it was more than 30 years ago, so I only have a fuzzy impression of a Disneyfied, syrupy-sweet Mary, and this Mary isn't Disneyfied at all!


The Fault in Our Stars - Not great, lasting literature, but compelling. I couldn't put it down. I balked at the insta-love, but once I accepted that, I was hooked.


Red Storm Rising - A comfort book. An old favorite. Audio book this time.


Written in My Own Heart's Blood - Not sure how I feel about this one. The "blue light" business was a step too far. I can suspend my disbelief enough to allow for time travel through the stones, but not the blue light stuff. I did like the ending - it allows room for more, but also could be the ending of the series.


Shock Wave - Audio book. These are a guilty pleasure. Predictable, formulaic, but still enjoyable.


Pushing Ice - Audio book. I liked it, although I found the characters to be unrealistic.


Brightness Reef - I made it through a few chapters in June.