Welcome to the second month of the Backlist of the month. This month there will be a larger list but not as many reviews. Mostly because it’s a short month and personally I have a few things going on that will leave me away from the desk a little more. Although it won’t stop me from reading. We have a surgery this month which means hours sitting in a hospital waiting room with nothing but reading to do.
This month’s books are actually inspired by the Booklist Queen. I saw her list of books and thought I needed to read some of them and that maybe you would like them as well. They are all from the 1930’s (either written during or set in) which should make for some interesting reading.
I am hoping to post reviews for each of these as I read them and may do a wrap up at the end of the month. I didn’t do it last month and am still not sure if it will happen this month.
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Elaine G says
I won’t be reading any of those. I have a lot on my own back list that I need to read.
I would like to read the book Gone With The Wind if I can find the time. I have never read that book and would like to see how it differs from the movie.
I’d read Cold Comfort Farm in the future, but I’ve got a full TBR list this month!
Bea LaRocca says
Cold Comfort Farm by Stella Gibbons sounds like a story that I would enjoy reading and Gone With the Wind is a classic that I have never actually read so that should be on my reading bucket List. And Then There Were None is a story that I have heard of but never read but I did read Murder on the Orient Express many, many years ago
Athena Graeme says
I’ve actually already read several of these and they were as good as you’d expect!
maybe gone with the wind
Maybe one of the Agatha Christie books. I love her books.
I have read a few of them already and I am going to concentrate on my TBR List.
I’d love to read Fannie Flagg’s Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe…the movie was so great and I’ve often wondered how different it was from the book.
i read gone with the wind in college and have loved it ever since
Great list, this cover of Murder on the Orient Express really looks amazing!!!
Nina Lewis says
Not really. I only read romance these days & I am trying to read more of my TBR! 🙂
Amber Lee Kolb says
I have a lot of books on my tablet. I will try and read a couple for sure!
Suzanne B says
I am interested in Cold Comfort Farm.
Sharon Rooney says
I won’t be reading any of these this month. I have a bunch of books I purchased waiting to be read first.
I would love to be able to read more this month! This sounds like a great selection of books! Thanks so much for sharing.
Melanie B says
Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe would be interesting
Jessica Beard says
I would like to read Gone with the Wind. I’ve only seen the movie.
The only one I haven’t read is Cold Comfort Farm – I’ll give it a look!
I learned to read very late; was kept after school in first grade, before I got it. First book I got from public library at age 7 was Tarzan the Ape Man, then each volume of Encyclopedia Britanica. Book I keep rereading is Douglas Adams’ Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.
Daniel M says
no time to read anymore
Why Shoot a Butler? looks interesting!
sheila ressel says
I plan on reading Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe. It sounds like a fun read.
Buddy GarrettB says
I plan on reading Cold Comfort Farm
I’m not really a fan of the genre.
Susan Smith says
No I won’t be reading any of these this month, I have a few books on my TBR list I wan to read.
Shirley O says
I would like to read Fannie Flagg’s Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe.
I plan on reading Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe because it has humorous parts and is based in the South.
Allison Swain says
I enjoy Agatha Christie, so I will want to read those picks!
Thanks for the lovely giveaway 🙂
Antoinette M says
I’ll read the Agatha Christie books. She is my favorite author!
I would read the Agatha Christie books – she is a fav of mine 🙂
Neil T says
I’ve already read ‘And Then There Were None’ and ‘Murder On The Orient Express’, so I might check out Why Shoot a Butler. It sounds like something I’d like.
Betty S says
Why Shoot a Butler?
I would like to read Why Shoot A Butler, read the synopsis and sounds very interesing and full of intrege
Carolyn D says
I would like to read Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe, but it is not going to happen this month. I might get to it when I am off work for Spring bReak.
Shelly Peterson says
Cold Comfort Farm sounds good.
Dreaa Drake says
Yes i plan on reading murder on the orient express. Sounds like a gReat book!
Ash Johnson says
I’ve been on an Agatha Christie kick lately. Just finished “At Bertram’s Hotel” earlier today. I haven’t read much of her Miss Marple stuff, so excited to give those a try.
Colleen Debs says
I’ll have to finish the books i already have before I even concider these
Colleen Debs says
I’ll hav to pu a couple of these on my list