My reading list for February & January recap

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In January:

I started to read and put back on the shelf for later:

  • Changeless by Gail Carriger. Not at all in the mood for vampires and werewolves. Book beginning can be found here.
  • A supposedly fun thing I’ll never do again by David Foster Wallace. Book beginning can be found here.
  • The Prague cemetery by Umberto Eco. Wow, the first sentences was almost a whole page. Too much to handle for me right now. Will tackle this one another time.

 

For this month I am planning to:

  • participate in the Literary Giveaway Blog Hop
  • and read quite a bit as I will be in hospital for a while. Plenty of time for books – I hope! Alexander McCall Smith and M. C. Beaton will be the perfect bookish hospital fare.

What was  YOUR reading month like?

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  1. Oh I love cozies but I haven’t read any by MC Beaton yet. I might have to go check out your reviews and check them out! 🙂

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    • Thanks, Judith. I hope to be back in time for your blog hop (prognosis says I will be). I know, these books will be perfect, not much thinking involved, just pure entertainment.

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  2. Good luck with your medical intervention! As for my reading, the first half was great, the second, I barely managed to finish a short novel… The moment school starts, everything turns hectic… For February I am planning to read four books set in Venice (remember the Venice challenge?, I know you are in) but I am not sure I will manage that…
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    • Yes, you said that you got ahead of your reading goals at first and then it stopped. I remember Venice, of course. I am planning on reading my book (Hemingway) when I am back home.

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    • Hey, not sure about the food there, Birgit. It might be surprsingly good, at least I won’t be on a special diet, that’s a plus…..;).

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