Last week I finished reading:
Centuries of June by Keith Donohue
To read my full review click here.
What Language Is: And What it Isn't and What it Could Be by John McWhorter
The Book of Lies by Mary Horlock
What I plan to read this week:
The Secret Lives of People in Love by Simon Van Booy
Gluten-Free, Hassle Free: A Simple, Sane, Dietitian-Approved Program for Eating Your Way Back To Health by Marlisa Brown
I didn't manage to finish this last week, I mean lifestyle books aren't exactly the kind that you read in one sitting, but I have definitely picked up some good tips so far. The book is full of lists on everything related to gluten-free possible, which gets to be a bit much (and many of them will likely be outdated in the future) however the written portions are incredibly useful. I'm about halfway done and I plan to finish it this week.
Everything Beautiful Began After by Simon Van Booy
After reading his two short story collections I am very excited to dig into Van Booy's debut novel which I am sure will be incredibly gorgeous. I can't wait to see what he does with a longer form. It's for a book tour next week so make sure to check out my review then.
Possession by Elana Johnson
I love dystopia and I was definitely drawn to this debut by its beautiful cover, but when I first began reading it a couple months ago I couldn't get into the story, I felt like Johnson just dropped the reader into a world with no idea how we got there. Then on my plane ride back from vacation I gave it another try and the action definitely picked up, now I'm around the midway point and figure I'll finish it- plus I've heard there's an incredibly exclamation-mark inducing ending that I am intrigued to read.
Don't Kill the Birthday Girl: Tales from an Allergic Life by Sandra Beasley
So what are you reading?