Nikki (nakeisha) wrote,
Nikki
nakeisha

  • Mood:

Books read in June 2007

June was a fairly 'quiet' month book-wise. I seemed to have less time than usual to read, which was partly getting Lacey and adjusting to having a dog again, and trying to settle into a new routine, which also meant I was more tired/in more pain, thus didn't settled down to sleep earlier at night, rather than read.

This month consists mostly of books I shall be re-reading at some time.

I know what you mean about Never The Bride caffyolay. An interesting read, but . . .

The Friday Night Knitting Club. I was really enjoying right up until the end of the penultimate chapter, the the author through in such an out of the blue curve, that I'm pretty sure I won't be re-reading it. Which is a shame,  but having invested so much in the characters and their lives, I was really quite upset by the ending.

A Cat Called Birmingham is a book my mother-in-law gave me. Very short, but hilarious.

JUNE (8)

Divas Don't Knit - Girl McNeil
Death Under The Dryer - Simon Brett
A Cat Called Birmingham - Chris Ascorbic
Never The Bride - Paul Mars
An English Murder - Cyril Hare
Dead And Doggone - Susan Conant
The Friday Night Knitting Club - Kate Jacobs

TOTAL NUMBER OF BOOKS READ THUS FAR in 2007: 60
Tags: books, books: 2007, books: 50 books
Subscribe

  • Book Review: Opium and Absinthe by Lydia Kang

    From the bestselling author of A Beautiful Poison comes another spellbinding historical novel full of intrigue, occult mystery, and unexpected…

  • Book Review: Crossed Skis by Carol Carnac

    Well, 2020 has come and gone (I imagine there aren't many (if any) people who are glad to see the back of it. It was a strange year in many ways,…

  • The Friday Five - Books

    Yes, I know it's Saturday, but I didn't see it until today. 1. Are books losing importance as a source of information and entertainment? No, I…

  • Post a new comment

    Error

    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded 

  • 6 comments