A while back, Forever Lost in Literature posted a list of the the ten longest books they had read. This week, I'm adding my own list.
Three books that deal very realistically with the phenomenon of the "boot camp" and how corrupt and dangerous these places truly are.
Kingdom of Ash, more five-star reviews, and year-end totals.
Five good reasons to stop reading that book right now.
Apparently this is a thing I like to do: read a book set in the place I'm traveling to. Right now, I'm heading off to a weekend in Acadia, Maine, and I'm reading The Stranger in the Woods by Michael Finkel, about a man who lived as a hermit in the backwoods of Maine for nearly … Continue reading reading while traveling
# of books read: 14 audiobooks listened to: 3 ebooks read: 3 books from the Throne of Glass series: 2 graphic novels: 3 total page count: 3,998 year total page count: 12,251 Well, I still haven't beat that crazy reading streak I had in January. It does seem that I'm reading roughly 4,000 pages a month, … Continue reading March reading round-up
I am often reading between 3 and 5 books at the same time, and occasionally there’s a theme that might not be remarkable in one book… but when I see it in three books, I take notice. Well, I started this blog post with three recent titles, then I kept finding more. I'll try to … Continue reading 3 on a theme: books within books
# of books read: 17 audiobooks listened to: 3 ebooks read: 6 ARCs read: 2 books from the Throne of Glass series: 2 graphic novels: 4 total page count: 3,877 year total page count: 8,253 Well, not so many books read as last month, but a lot of that has to do with February being 3 days shorter … Continue reading February reading round-up
# of books read: 20 audiobooks listened to: 5 ebooks read: 6 nonfiction read: 2 ARCs read: 1 books from the Experiment in Terror series: 4 books from the White Cat series: 3 vintage YA: 3 total page count: 4,376 I did a ton of reading this month. In newer releases, I finished up Bellevue: Three Centuries of Medicine and Mayhem at … Continue reading January reading round-up
I am often reading between 3 and 5 books at the same time, and occasionally there’s a theme that might not be remarkable in one book… but when I see it in three books, I take notice. I've become accustomed to YA books that heavily rely on romance. So YA books that do not have … Continue reading 3 on a theme: brotherly (and sisterly) love