Recently Watched (the last book you finished reading)
The Closed Door and Other Stories by Dorothy Whipple is the book I most recently finished, as part of the 24 in 48 Readathon.
Top Picks (books that have been recommended to you based on a book you've already read)
Recently Added (the last book you bought/received)
|US cover on the left, current UK paperback cover on the right.|
Popular on Netflix (books that everyone knows about...books that you've read and books that you haven't/don't plan to read)
Comedies (funny book)
Dramas (character who is a drama king/queen)
Animated (book with cartoons on the cover)
I have to choose my absolute favorite graphic memoir series, March by John Lewis. It's the harrowing and truly inspiring story of the Georgia Congressman's life growing up the son of sharecroppers in the American South and his involvement in the Civil Rights movement, including work with Martin Luther King, Jr., all framed by the inauguration of President Barack Obama. Illustrated by Nate Powell, the drawings are incredibly evocative and descriptive.
Watch It Again (book/series you want to re-read)It's been a few years since I first read the Gilead series, and I'm feeling like it's time to go back to Gilead, Iowa and spend time with Rev. John Ames, his wife Lila and young son, and his friend and fellow ecclesiastic Rev. Robert Boughton's family.
Documentaries (non-fiction book you'd recommend)
Action and Adventure (action-packed book)
|This is the author signing my copy of the book, at an event in a local bookstore|
New Releases (a book that just came out, or are coming out soon)
|Image from PRH|
So that's it for the Netflix Book Tag. If you're at all interested in thinking about your reading life in terms of a streaming video service, then consider yourself tagged!