My last three reads are all over the place! From hunting a serial killer in The Alienist to humans relationships with water in Why We Swim to a romance started by two basset hounds in You Lucky Dog. Variety is the spice of life, no?
I didn’t have any photos of all the books. So, instead I’m featuring a photo of the snowstorm that I saw out of my window as I touched down in Minnesota last week. Not normal for the middle of October- but I made the most of it. Ok, now onto my latest reads…
A lot has changed since I posted my last book review. It’s suddenly fall here in Cincinnati, NFL season has started, and I’ve completed two of my fall virtual races. And I’ve read a few books and listened to a few audiobooks. It’s a good mix of modern day novels, a thriller, and book written…
I had great ambition to read several of these books last month. I only made it through one of these, but did finish four audiobooks!
I’ve tried to continue swim/bike/run training even though all my races have been cancelled. I also did the Tighter Together challenge, which was awesome! One thing that helps with runs is audiobooks. I recently made it through a few and one actual book.
During February I read four books, well three books and one audiobook. I read my first and definatley not last John Grisham book, a very odd novel that I still don’t quite understand, a gripping story about two neighbors, and the intense sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale.
Instead of writing a post after each book, I thought I’d simply write a shorter recap at the end of each month. My long 2020 list puts me at about ~2 books/month and I’m already behind. Sophie is very disappointed.
Looking at my 2019 book recap, I feel I did a pretty good job getting through my 2019 book list! Between reading books and listening to audiobooks I made through a lot!
As I’ve mentioned, my new job requires me to be on the road a few times a month. Rather than listen to hours of music or talk radio I’ve been listening to a lot of audiobooks! I listen to them much faster than I read books, so, once again, I grouped four together.
The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas is a powerful and moving novel about police brutality and systematic racism. It was on my 2019 book list and I had requested the hardcover and audiobook knowing that it would be a long waitlist. I started listening to the audiobook and I got through about 75% of…