Reading Journal: Week May 12–18, 2014

What I read:

This week I took my time reading "The Rosie Project" by Graeme Simsion. I should have finished that book in three days. But I skipped a couple with migraines and tiredness. But I enjoyed it, it was quirky and adorable. Though my connection with Rosie was null, with Don I just wanted to squish him and snuffle him to dead. I won't be reviewing that book, as it was a light reading to recover from the previous book. I read it for the pure enjoyment of it. I giggled in the train, sometimes even laughed out loud wondering if anyone was staring at me. I loved it. I rated it 4 out of 5 on goodreads because I liked it very much and enjoyed it and any book which can make me laugh in public deserves a 4+ score. No 5 because well, it was not a deep book like I like them.

What I will be reading:

I couldn't really decide which book to read. But I had "An Abundance of Katherine's" by John Green sitting on my shelf. Though the reviews are not that encouraging, I decided to give it a try. Since I am still in the mood for light reads these days. I might finish it rather quick this time as the writing style is very simple. This is what I call a coffee table book. Easy and fast to read, with a slight guilty pleasure enjoyment to it.

On other notes:

I am considering fixing this blog for just reading, as I created another blog for random subjects. But I am still considering it. I am quite lazy considering this blog is full of my random hobby episodes through the years.

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