Shared Experiences from 2013
Hill looks back on her life growing up as a Scientologist, and explains what led up to her leaving the Church at age 22.
Marie Curie by Kathleen Krull ; illustrations by Boris Kulikov
I found this biography to be full of interesting tidbits. For some reason, I have always thought that Marie Curie's place in history was more modern than it was. Her achievements are even more impressive to me now that I realize that she did so much before even the beginning of the twentieth century. It was fascinating to see how Marie Curie's timeline led to the development of the atomic bomb (having just read Bomb, by Steve Sheinkin, this was a great preface). Marie Curie's affair, her work during World War I, and the scientific and general success of her daughters and granddaughters were all great parts of this story.
Once upon a prince by Rachel Hauck — Sweet, clean romance with a good deal of creativity and depth. Looks like the first in a series. Excited to read others by this author
A Midwife's tale [videodisc] by Blueberry Hill Productions
A game of thrones by George R.R. Martin