I think I'll read a bit more today but I'm leaving tomorrow for ten days and I won't have any internet so I'm doing my wrap-up today (as on 30 June, 9 a.m.)
What I read:
- And I Darken by Kiersten White 3/5 (Review)
- The Last Star by Rick Yancey 5/5 (Review)
- Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foe 5/5 (Review)
- City of Glass by Cassandra Clare (re-read) 35/ (Review)
- L'ombre du vent by Carlos Ruis Zafón 4/5 (Review)
- Me and Earl and the Dying Girl 4/5 (Review)
- Life and Death by Stephenie Meyer 3.5/5 (Review)
- UnEnchanted by Chanda Hahn 3/5 (Review)
Hopefully I'll finish Ozma of Oz that I just started this morning. It's a quick read but I have to go to work, to pack to go to camp and then we are hosting a party with people from my class (as you may know it was my last year at university and I'll be in the real world as in September... Scary).
I won't do a TBR for July. Because of camp, I won't be able to read that much and I'm not sure which books I woud like to read.. I'll try to follow my Summer reading list as much as I can!
If you are going on holiday or to camp or just spending time with your loved ones, I hope you'll have a good time :)
Thanks for reading,
I did not read as much as planned, but I had a lot of fun and I managed to finish two books and a half. Here are what I read:
- L'ombre du vent by Carlos Ruiz Zafón: 4/5 stars (Review)
- Me and Earl and the Dying Girl: 4/5 stars (Review)
- Life and Death by Stephenie Meyer: 3.5/5 stars (Review) (not finished during the readathon)
I read a total of 1174 pages, not too bad :)
Thanks for reading,
It was not sad at all, well it was a bit sad, but not heartbreaking-sobbing sad. More like depressing but hilarious at the same time.
I was afraid it was going to be a sad romance story about someone dying. I'm not saying I don't like these, but since The Fault in Our Stars, I've seen way too much of it and it's becoming a bit too repetitive. That's why I really loved this book. If you expect crying, let me tell you it's not going to happen. The only tears you'll have is because you're laughing too hard.
The formatting was a really interesting part of the book that made it unique in a way (there are screenplay exerpts inside). It was really provocative as well and I liked that. The characters were not likable and I liked that as well. They were not awful either, but you just don't really care about these jackasses. At least, that's what happened to me.
I read it pretty quickly and I enjoyed it.