and to catch up…
Because I am sooooooo behind posting anything.
Unusual that I read this in a short window — in part because it was borrowed from the library and because of its popularity, to renew I’d have to put a hold on it and wait. That being said, once I was 30 pages in I wanted to finish. Read the review: The Underground Railroad
Listened to the audiobook, mostly on 2x which put me about the speed I normally read a book at. A part of me wanted to complete the book faster. I totalled 6 sessions between 08 Feb and 27 Feb 2017. For my review, click here: Review: Wicked
I read this during Dewey’s 24 in 48 Readathon in 3 sessions over 2 days. My reading pace, and more or less reading it from cover to cover with few interruptions, is, I believe, typical for me in the genre. By tracking my stats, I’ll know more at the end of the year. To read my review, click on the image or here: Review: Sharp Objects
I read The Diabolic in 5 sessions from 27 December 2016 to 02 January 2017. The book was engaging and I remained moderately faithful (although lower engagement isn’t necessarily the root cause of my readultry.) My reading pace was steady at about a page per minute. I’m not a fast reader of fiction as I tend to hear the narrative in my head. (This may explain why I enjoy audiobooks so much…) If you want to read or return to my review, click the image or here: Review: The Diabolic
At the time I read this novel, I only used the app “Read More”. This gives some different stats compared to Bookout, but with a bit of combining, I can get mostly the same information. This book was completed in audiobook format so, by nature the book takes longer to finish. I listened to this book at 1.25 speed if I remember correctly, so I only averaged 32 pages an hour. 9 sessions from 21 January to 29 January. (Unlike how many physical or ebooks I have going at the same time, I tend to only listen to 1 book at a time.) To read my review, click the image or here: Review: Never Let Me Go
I received this as an ARC, so I had a limited amount of time to complete. I started the book on 06 Jan and read in seven sessions, finishing on 04 Feb. This is typical that I’ll start a book and read as the mood strikes me. I’m a dreadful readultress and can’t stick with a single book. My page per hour number for this book is low, but I think that has to do with the genre. I tend to get lost in the details of the historical world. To read my review, click the image or here:The Confessions of Young Nero