Hello, people of the interweb! “How you doin’?”
I’m here today to bring you my January wrap up.
Now, I’m actually very pleased with my reading moth. The moth of January I ended up reading 9 books, almost 10. And I have to say that they were all quite good.
Without further ado, let’s do it!
The first book I read in January was Animal Farm by George Orwell and I read it in less than a day, it is obviously a small book but anyway I loved it.
The next book I read was probably my favourite book of the moth because it was absolutely incredible and that was Guardian of The Dawn by Richard Zimler. I cried at the end and needles is to say it is probably one of my favourite books ever.
From there I picked up The Year of the Flood by Margaret Atwood. It’s a book that has a lot of mixed reviews and I wasn’t really sure if I such read it or not but I ended up enjoying it very much not to mention I loved its premise.
The next book I read this month was Silence by Shusaku Endo, it was such a painful and deep read. It left me asking hard questions about not only religion but life in general.
After that, I read Captains of the Sands by Jorge Amado which is an amazing book with one the deepest stories I’ve ever read. I’m so grateful for picking it up.
The seventh book I read was Furthermore by Tahereh Mafi which I won on a giveaway a few months ago but only got here in the middle of December. It was such a cute whimsical read.
The next book I read was Strawberry Fields Forever by Richard Zimler. Totally different from what I’m used to in Zimler. But a really nice book nevertheless.
The last book I finished in January was Kitty Hawk And The Curse Of The Yukon Gold by Iain Reading. I know it took me a long time to pick up this book but I was afraid I wouldn’t like it. Which was not the case at all. I have to thank Iain Reading and to Kelsey Butts for sending me a copy of this book for me to review.
That completes my wrap up! Hope you liked it.
Bye, keep on reading!