On my TBR cart for next week
A Wrinkle in Time is my current read - I am about 25% finished. This is a reread of a book that I own in paperback, and is a beloved favorite from my childhood. I'm rebooting my L'Engleverse Read for 2019.
I have never read Barbara Pym before, although I have been meaning to for a long time. I checked this one out of my local library - it's the Plume edition. Once I finish my reread of A Wrinkle in Time, this is next.
This is standing between me and Gaudy Night, so I'm reading it, although the plot summary is less than entrancing, and it apparently contains 100% less Harriet Vane, which is disappointing.
I just picked up this one for my Century of Women reading project. I am also thinking that it will fit into the Back to the Classics challenge, sliding it at just over 50 years old (published in 1967). I need to read something that qualifies as a tragedy, and the disappearance of three young women would seem to qualify. The plot summary and the reviews are intriguing.