Books · Life

May and June Reading

After months of getting two posts per month on what books I am reading, now you are getting one post per every two months. This feels pretty sad, but school is sucking the soul out of my leisure activities. But I am still managing to find some time to read books.

The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan. Decently written and a very compelling narrative about a doctor’s experience on the hellfire pass in Thailand. I recommend reading it, just perhaps not on the flight to Thailand.

You’re Never Weird on the Internet (almost)by Felicia Day. It’s by Felicia Day, so naturally it was delightful.

Odd Beauty, Strange Fruit poems by Susan Swartwout. This is the first book by a college professor of mine, so naturally I had to buy it and read it.

Cinder by Marissa Meyer. A fun YA Cinderella re-imaging with cyborgs and aliens. A quick and fun read.

My friend Dalmer by Derf Backderf. A graphic novel about Dalmer told from the perspective of someone who knew him in high school.

Delphine by Richard Sala. Imagine Snow White in a modern setting, without any of the sweetness, and told from the prince’s perspective. In graphic novel form.

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