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So lately, my reading has slowed slightly. Last month I read 7 books in total, but it felt as though I had read a lot less. I’m finding myself reading different genre’s to keep mixing things up and this is helping. It seems I keeping falling into genre fatigue alot, which isn’t helping me in meeting my 70 book Goodreads challenge for the year.
Over the last week, I finished off my book club read, His Bloody Project by Graeme Macrae Burnet. This was a book I liked and did feel it got better as went on, but I couldn’t muster more than 3 stars. It does have a really novel approach to structure and there are some really good “why’s” rather than if the main character did kill hie victims. If you do like mystery’s or thrillers, definitely check it out.
Right now I am juggling two books. One is my December Book Club read, In Order to Live by Yeonmi Park. I am not very far into this book; maybe 20 pages or so, but it looks like it will be a really interesting read. I’ve heard a lot of positive things about this one from YouTube and the general online community, so I have hopes for it.
The other book I am reading right now is It Was You by Jo Platt. It is tagged as a “A Laugh Out Loud Romantic Comedy”. As of 20% (I am reading this on ebook) I can honestly say I am not finding it at all that funny.That is not to say that it isn’t a good book, just not what I was expecting.
That’s me for this time. I hope to have another Cosy Catch UP next week for you. Till then, Bye!
BOOKS READ IN OCTOBER
The Vanishing Year by Kate Moretti (Review Here)
The One Real Thing by Samantha Young (Review Here)
The Cosy Christmas Tea Shop by Caroline Roberts (Review Here)
The Fall by T Gephart
The Impostor Queen by Sarah Fine
A Boy Made of Blocks by Keith Stuart (Review Here)