How are you already over? These monthly recaps seem to come around more and more quickly. And it also seems as though I'm reading less and less. And I really am bad at this whole reviewing thing! Nothing reviewed this month (again). Here are this month's totals:
1. Being Nikki by Meg Cabot
2. Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
3. The Ask and the Answer by Patrick Ness
4. Nocturnes by Kazuo Ishiguro
5. Holly's Inbox: Scandals in the City by Holly Denham
6. A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry
7. One Day by David Nicholls
My usual is about 12 books this month, but two university assignments kept me from focusing on reading this month. I am pleased to annouce that 5/7 of the books I read this month were books I own. Yay for that! Cannot choose a favourite this month. Nocturnes and the Holly's Inbox were just OK, loved the rest. Currently reading The Year of the Flood by Margaret Atwood and my goals for October are to continue reading my own books, possibly books on the 1001 Books to Read Before You Die, which I have been ignoring for the last few months.
What was your most recent favourite book?
At the moment I'm reading The Shack by W.P Young and looooving it. I always bring a big stack of books home from the library with the best intentions but never seem to get through reading them. Life with Kids!ReplyDelete
Lovely blog. I love butterflies
I have just finished The Ask and The Answer too. I didn't think it was as fast paced as the first, but that was a good thing. Not sure if I liked it as much as the first.ReplyDelete
You know, until you said you hadn't written any reviews, I hadn't realized that, which is a big deal, since I generally notice things like that...I guess it's because you aren't filling up your blog with memes and stuff (THANK YOU!) instead of reviews. Your blog is so quirky, I love it!ReplyDelete
You still had a great month! I really enjoyed Holly's Inbox. That was a fun book. I'd like to get my paws on the second book!ReplyDelete
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