Here's a quick run-down of what I've read in July and August. A couple more, that warrent a longer review, coming soon.
The Skinny Rules by Bob Harper: Sound, usable rules for healthier eating. Can't say I'm following every one of them, but I learned some good basics for healthy eating. Highly recommended for anyone who wants realistic, easy to follow guidelines for losing weight.
Then Came You by Jennifer Weiner: Explores the new trends of surrogacy and egg donors, and the effects they have on everyone involved. Interesting premise but just didn't grab me - 3 out of 5 stars.
Watership Down by Richard Adams: "It is a powerful saga of courage, leadership and survival; an epic tale of a hardy band of adventurers forced to flee the destruction of their fragile community...and their trials and triumphs in the face of extraordinary adversity as they pursue a glorious dream called "home." Classic - 'nuff said.
True Colors by Kristin Hannah: While the story is centered on racial prejudice and a man wrongfully imprisoned, the real story is in the relationship between his wife and her two sisters. Extra interesting to me because I am the middle child of three sisters. Moved a little slow - but still gets 4 stars.
Jeeves Takes Charge by P.G.Wodeshouse: A classic in audio version performed perfectly. The variety of voices performed by one man was amazing.
A Turn in the Road by Debbie Macomber: If you follow me on Twitter (@mrschupa), you might remember that I mentioned wanting to load up the car and just drive till we see an ocean. This is the book that helped spark that wanderlust. Three generations of women drive from Washington to Florida - working out their life problems along the way. Good but not great.
Demon Rumm by Sandra Brown: Don't bother
11th Hour by James Patterson: Latest in the Women's Murder Club series. It's typical Patterson - standard thriller, nothing out of the ordinary, but keeps you turning pages.