I have E's IEP meeting this afternoon and I'm nervous about it, so naturally I'm thinking about books instead.
57. Harry Potter & the Half Blood Prince
58. AD: 33 by Ted Dekker. I have a mixed review of this one. I liked it, but like the first book, there are long stream of consciousness monologues where the protagonist explores her feelings, and the plot stalls. This happens often, and seems to be the deus ex machina of Dekker's books anymore. There's no action that resolves problems so much as there is spiritual change. Not that this isn't how God often works in our lives, but for fiction it's a bit dry.
59. 11/22/63 by Stephen King. King is a master and this doesn't disappoint. Very long book but an incredible story that brought me to tears. The ending has stayed with me for days.
60. Just started The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith and enjoying it so far.