I then started All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr (and ditched Andersonville, which was NOT something I was enjoying). I am thoroughly enjoying this book. It's not a light read, but I am loving the intertwining stories of Wener and Marie-Laure set against the backdrop of the end of the Third Reich. Definitely a story about the power of human survival during bad times. I'm in the final 20% or so of it, and expect I'll have it finished up by next week.
My reading buddy, Laura, sent me her copy of Before I Go To Sleep, which I may or may not start this week as it's an actual print book, and with the Tour de Fleece coming up, I'm planning on reading while I spin, which is easier to do on my Kindle, so I may hold off on that book and pick it up in August.
You may also note I've added in books for a few of the topics I was missing, and I've changed up a couple that I thought it likely I would rather enjoy reading versus what I had picked already. (And I still have a couple I haven't decided on yet too.....)