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Books Read This Month : 5
Book 1 : Beastly by Alex Flinn
This was one of the four books I read this month for a reading challenge that ends at the end of October. I’m determined to finish it! I have three more books left, so those will be in next month’s linkup! I enjoyed this one! I read it while I was sick, and I kept falling asleep while I was reading it (thanks cold medicine!), but it was a pretty quick read and a good retelling of Beauty and the Beast.
One of Charlotte’s recent Imagination Library books. Nothing great or awful about this one!
Oh man. If you haven’t read this before, then you should. Some parts were a little over my head, but it was a great read. There’s a reason why people say this could happen in today’s society. Sigh.
Book 4 : Heisman’s First Trophy: The Game that Launched Football in the South by Sam Hatcher
This was a departure after my last book! This is about my undergraduate alma mater, and it was really interesting. If you’re a fan of college football or history, you’ll enjoy this one, even if you don’t have any connection to the two schools in it. Fun fact – my alma mater once beat Alabama in a football game. Sure it was in like 1904, but we can still brag abut it, right? 😉
Book 5 : Impulse by Ellen Hopkins
This book was terrible. I usually like her books because she tackles heavy issues in a realistic way, but this one was just awful. The only reason I finished it was because it was a reading challenge selection. Definitely don’t recommend this one!
Read anything good (or terrible) lately?