Weekly Review – Sunday, June 23, 2013

 

Well, my friends, it was all in all a fairly calm and uneventful week – except for my shameful spree at the library. Sometimes I just can’t help myself! I just want to read ALL THE BOOKS! It’s a good thing that the online libraries both have a limit of 10 book check-outs at a time or there would have been serious trouble. I have four ARC’s to read and review in the next two to three weeks as well, so… I’m not sure how I’m going to fit all of these in, but I’ll have to figure something out. Let’s hope none of my reserved books come in anytime soon… Here’s where I stand at the moment:

Books I read this week:

Book I’m currently in the middle of:

Books I reviewed this week:

Upcoming reviews for the week of June 24, 2013:

I stopped reading James Patterson years ago, about the same time that he stopped writing his own books. But Med Head was interesting to me, as it pertains to a young man with Tourette’s Syndrome and OCD, both of which The Boy also struggles with. We Need to Talk About Kevin – wow. It was definitely a heavy duty read. I’ll share more of my thoughts on both of these books in separate reviews in the coming weeks. We’re looking at nothing but 95-plus degree weather over the coming week, so plans are to stay inside with my beloved A/C and what better way to pass the time than to work my way through all of those books I amassed at the library earlier in the week? Because, I mean, seriously? God invented the A/C for me. If only mine worked better. Sigh… Hope you all have a great week and that you stay cool!

What did you read this week?

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