“When I watch the news, when I read the paper, when I meet people, when I hang out with friends and acquaintances, when I see how each of us struggles, as best we can, through life’s absurd meanderings, I think that the world is ridiculous, moving and cruel. The same is true for this book: the story is cruel, the protagonists are moving, and I am ridiculous”
I honestly can’t think of an answer to this question! How is that possible?! Sorry, friends…
Very excited for this release
I tend to read a good few months (years) behind the whole book blogosphere so I’m not usually hanging on for new releases but I really want to know how the Divergent trilogy by Veronica Roth ends and also the Blood of Eden series by Julie Kagawa.
Finishing everything I start. I only remember putting aside one book in the past few years and that was because I was really mad at it and about it and I was barely a quarter of the way through it. My general feelings on reading are that life is too short to spend any time not enjoying it. And YET I feel as though I’m quitting on something if I put something aside. I would love to say that will change but it probably won’t.
I can’t even begin to answer this since my books are all safely stowed away in boxes. Super…
Erm…an eBook copy of Little Face by Sophie Hannah. I finished the most recent in the vaguely connected Spiller CID series and loved Hannah’s sense of humour so I figured I’d go back and start at the beginning!
I am VERY keen on sleeping plenty each night so that I’m not cranky at work but I put my usual early bed back a good hour to finish The Rithmatist by Brandon Sanderson because I really couldn’t not see out the ending.