Although April was a hectic month for me, I had a lot of reading done this month. I hope May turns out to be the same for me, but I'm certainly counting on more downtime as well.
Books completed in the last week
News from over my blog
I barely got to any of the books on my pile last week, so my reading for this week has the same set of books.
The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón: Since I already have two review books lined for this week, I figured one non-review book might be nice to ease some pressure that I was talking of yesterday. This book has been on my shelf for ages, so I'm glad to be eventually getting to it!
The Lost Girls by Amanda Pressner, Jennifer Baggett, and Holly Corbett: I just started this one yesterday and it's wonderful reading so far. It reads like an adventure by three girls with whom I could relate so well.
Kamchatka by Marcelo Figueras: I haven't yet started this one, so I'm hoping to do so sometime this week. It sounds fascinating - set in Buenos Aires, from the perspective of a 10-year old, whose family is going into hiding.