My Bookish Week 02/22/20

Another good reading week. Three more books finished and all were five stars. I love it when that happens.

This week I finished reading

24. Gender Queer by Maia Kobabe ✰5✰ I am using this book for the Pop Sugar Reading Challenge to read a book by a nonbinary author. 

25. You Don’t Know Everything Jilly P! by Alex Gino ✰5✰ I am using this book for the Pop Sugar Reading Challenge to read a book involving social media. The main character spends a lot of time in a chat room.

26. A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman ✰5✰ I am using this book for the Pop Sugar Reading Challenge to read a book published in the 20th century and for the Booktube Rereadathon January challenge to reread a translated book. 

This week I continued reading

Les Miserables by Victor Hugo (page 144/1468)

How to Boil Water by Jennifer Darling (page 90/243)

The Martian by Andy Weir (page 132/369)

Bloody Rose by Nicholas Eames (page 102/510)

An Heir to Murder by Charles Heathcote (6% complete)

This week I started reading

Burned by Ellen Hopkins (page 321/531)

This week I acquired

32. The Test by Sylvain Neuvel

33. The Secret History by Donna Tartt

34. Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult

Next week I hope to pick up

Britt-Marie was Here by Fredtik Backman

Treasures in the Snow by Patricia St. John

The Fifth Season by NK Jemisin

What was your favorite read this week?

3 thoughts on “My Bookish Week 02/22/20

  1. Nineteen Minutes is good, and Handle with Care and Mercy and Salem Falls and Keeping Faith., The Storyteller…oh, just all of Jodi Picoult! I have a few first editions of hers as keepsakes. Where There’s Smoke is a good shorter one by her. I like how meaty and researched her books are. A Man Called Ove was one I was rejected for on NetGalley, and I’m still wanting that. Love the movie. It does feel great to have 5 star reads! Glad you had a good reading week- here’s to another great one.

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    1. I’ve only read one Jodi Picoult book, but I can’t remember the title at the moment. The abortion center one. I own several others

      A man called Ove is my favorite book ❤️ I haven’t seen the movie. I don’t really watch movies or television so I forgot there even was a movie until you mentioned it here. I’ll have to see if my library has a copy.

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