Month in Review

4 books.  That’s all I read in May.  4 books.  Wow.

Admittedly, I didn’t have a lot of time to be reading, but even when I did, I just didn’t feel like it.  For some reason, the books I picked up weren’t speaking to me.  The Knockoff ended up changing things, but I’m still not feeling things when it comes to the books I’m selecting.  I really hope things will pick up in June.  

Here are the books I read in May with their GoodReads ratings:

The Knockoff by Lucy Sykes and Jo Piazza *****
The Day of the Triffids by John Wyndham *****
Shifting Stats by Patricia Paddey *****
Hello From the Gillespies by Monica McInerney ***


The Classics Club (1)

What I’m Looking Forward to in June

Reading more.  Actually, I’m very excited that Kevin Kwan’s China Rich Girlfriend is coming out this month.  This month I’m really going to focus on just reading what I feel like, rather than what I have or getting my hands on new releases, so I can get back into a good reading groove.


  1. I think four books in one month is impressive, considering I only read three. hehe.


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