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Oh, I've been bad. Really bad. Bad at reading.
I had high hopes of crossing a large number of books off my list for the Semi Charmed Winter Book Challenge, but I only managed two. And some people have finished the whole bleeding book challenge! Most annoyingly of all, I am way behind my sister. That really grates, especially since it was me who suggested she sign herself up for the challenge. What was I thinking?!? I'm hoping the Christmas break will give me a chance to catch up, but in all honesty, I'm probably deluding myself.
So what did I manage to read?
1. The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie - Alan Bradley (374 pages) which I would rate 3.5 stars. Yes, I'd recommend it. In fact I did, to my father in law, who has taken in home with him. This earns me 10 points as a book with a food in the title.
2. Dinner at Mine - Chris Smyth (352 pages) which I would rate 2 stars. It was entertaining enough, but lacking in substance. Would I recommend it? If you were in dire need of something to read. As this was one half on my two books with different meals in the title, I can't even count it towards my total points!
So, these two tomes bring my total to 10 points. I'm not impressed at myself. Let's see what next month brings, heh?
Don't worry, your clever little sister is taking forever to read Vampires In The Lemon Grove, so you may just catch up yet! :)ReplyDelete
That's the one I recommended. Ha ha! Now you know why! I'm reading The Yellow Eyes of Crocodiles but it's slow too. Or maybe it's just me that's slow.ReplyDelete