Summer is usually the time where people get some time off and have time to read (come on, you’ve all seen the “what to read at the beach” articles), but it’s my busiest time of the year actually, so I didn’t have much time or energy to read loads. I’m still really into watching movies when I come home from work, though. So that’s
This blog has turned into a wrap-up blog, hasn’t it?
Also, let’s pretend that I didn’t mess up and include something in the pile that didn’t belong… Oops?
Les Fiancés de l’hiver (La Passe-Miroir #1) by Christelle Dabos
Wow. I’ve been reading Assassin’s Quest (Farseer #3, by Robin Hobb) since the beginning of February, though. So it hurts a little to have to say that I haven’t read anything this month. Because I have been reading! I just didn’t
This month was not so much about reading as it was more about rekindling my love for movies. I watched so many of them, and it was glorious!
City by Clifford D. Simak
First round-up of 2017. I have mixed feelings about this. On the one hand I’m killing my Goodreads challenge, but on the other hand, it’s only because I’ve been reading loads of comic books, and I’ve only read 3 books, 2 of which were audiobook memoirs. So you know, I’m feeling conflicted. Yes I’ve read a lot of “bookish items”, but not so many
Author: Patrick Rothfuss // First published: March 2007 // Genre: Fantasy
This edition: 662 pages, published in June 2008 by Gollancz // Get it @TheBookDepository
Read in January 2017
Told in Kvothe’s own voice, this is the tale of the magically gifted young man who grows to be the most notorious wizard his world has
This picture was harder to take than the one from last year. I had more books to fit this year. And I didn’t even include Harry Potter, which I re-read this year.
For someone who’s addicted to Brock’s spreadsheet, weirdly enough, I’m not that much into statistics. But let me tell you this…
• I read a