May has been good to me as far as reading is concerned, mainly thanks to two weeks holiday and a broken car (or we would have been out exploring).Here goes:
My initial reaction to this one was that I liked the writing style but hated the main character so I put it away for a few days. When I picked it up again I was so glad I did. Putting the future right starts with one true love.
What an awesome cover (no not this one but my cover, it has a face on it with silver stars over it on a matt black background). Awesome story to go with it though I really need to read the second part now. Anyone know when it is out in paperback?
So, that was 10 books read from cover to cover as well as I-don't-know-how-many started books that I can't really get in to. I have a bit of a book hangover, I don't seem to be able to settle to any one book at the moment. The good news is that I am well ahead on my challenge (I was falling behind at the start of May) but the bad news is there wasn't a single classic, non-fiction or German book in there. Not doing too well on my one of each every month there.
My plan for June is to finish some of the books I started in May or earlier and I have a couple of library holds that I should now read. No pressure :-)
Happy reading to all you book fiends x