Copy and pasted from MG's opening post in a previous poll thread:
Time for the monthly poll!
I've received several great tips on past monthly polls with what others are reading on their Kindle! While I have certainly enjoyed the "mainstream" author suggestions over the past year, I've also enjoyed a lot of independent authors identified in each month's poll I never would have heard of previously.
Here's how this works - list a book you are currently reading or just recently read on your Kindle (insert the product link using the little button above the text box so others can find it), whether you would recommend it, did you get it free, and anything else you would care to share.
And here's my standard continuation of each month's request for prior participants in the poll: if you like or dislike a title you have read, in addition to telling us about it in this informal poll, how about writing a book review on the Amazon website? The review will certainly last and be visible a lot longer than this poll will. If you're like me, you look at the customer reviews in order to see if you want to investigate a book further. Since we are all a little community here, and while I realize each review is each person's opinion and we may not like the same thing, I know your friends and online discussion neighbors would appreciate your honest assessment of the likes and dislikes without providing a spoiler - I know I would!
So, what are you reading on your kindle?
I'm reading three books now:
Drift: The Unmooring of American Military Power (a library loan), Defending Jacob: A Novel (another loan)and Shadow of Night: A Novel (my book). While Drift is great (and I'm a big Maddow fan--her level of intelligence is off the wall), nonfiction always leads to slow reading for me (I'm only 27% in). But, if I read one chapter a day for the remaining chapters, I'll finish before it expires.
Excited to really get into Shadow of Night. I loved A Discovery of Witchesm so I hope this is good too.
As for Defending Jacob... I'm not too sure about this book. Parents in denial annoy me.