So, I have a page for T shows, and a page for movies, so I figured I’d have to make one for books, too. In the past week, I’ve finished one book, read two more, and then started another.
The book I finished was “Little Men”, by Louisa May Alcott, for a book report. I admit, it wasn’t the best book I’ve read, and certainly not the most exciting. But it was sweet and thought-provoking.
The first book I read after that was called “Shifter: The Healing Wars Book One” by Janice Hardy. It was pretty good, exciting and fun, although it didn’t require much thinking. It was fun to read, and I enjoyed the main character, a girl with a lot of guts and an attitude to boot.
Next, I read “The Green Glass Sea,” by Ellen Klages. This is, I think, the first historical fiction piece that I’ve read, and I enjoyed it immensely. There wasn’t much action, but there was plenty of thinking involved when I read it. Cliche, I know, but it made me, quite literally, laugh and cry. It was beautifully written, and I loved it.
Now, I’m reading “Interworld”, by Neil Gaiman and Michael Reaves. t’s really trippy, but it’s exciting from the beginning. I’m having a hard time wrapping my mind around the concept, I’ll admit, but I’m loving the book.