Reading Reading Reading…

This is what I finished April 29-May 22

A Most Beautiful ThingArshay CooperBarnes and Noble Recommended List1
The Book of Ichigo IchieHector Garcia PuigcerverPersonal Browse in store2
The Good SisterSally HepworthGoodreads Newsletter3
The Paris LibraryJanet Skeslien Charlesnot sure4
Good CompanyCynthia D’Aprix SweeneyGood Housekeeping, Jenna Book Club, Real Simple5
The Final Revival of Opal and NevDawnie WaltonEntertainment Weekly, Real Simple6
The Opposite of ChanceMargaret HermesPersonal browse in store7
It Ends with UsColleen HooverGoodreads Newsletter8
This is the order in which I liked these books: it does not mean that the first one is great, or that the last one is bad. It’s just how much I needed these books this month.
brought to us by Chelsea Public Library

As you see, I did not get BINGO this month, but there are always more books to read…

26 thoughts on “My Month in Books- May 2021

    1. Well, some books are easy to read in a week…there are others I read a chapter a day for as long as it takes…like the first two on my list I started back in April…I’m reading a few books now that I won’t finish till June…plus…reading is my favorite hobby

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      1. Okay. That makes more sense. Not start to finish in one month. I love to read, too. My favorite pastime my entire life since I could read. It’s time for me to do more of it.

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  1. I’ve not read any of those books. Well, yet, that is. The remote book club I belong to just finished The House of Spirits. Beautifully written, and about as much violence as I can handle. We are now reading A Gentleman in Moscow. Good so far….

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