Jaded July – Monthly Literary Analysis

July came to a not-so-jolly end as far as reading goals were concerned. The monsoon brought with it incessant rains and a host of germs in the air. I was unwell for a fair bit, and hardly got in much book time during the first fortnight. The month culminated with six books and two short stories – an equal mix of fiction and non-fiction books. Here’s what I read last month. The numbers are not much, but I did get in some great quality literature. I still haven’t managed to write reviews for all of them, and will get down to it shortly.

1) Journey To The Sea – Sarah Brown

https://curiouscat99.wordpress.com/2018/07/10/journey-to-the-sea-book-review/

2) Silence – Thich Nhat Hanh

https://curiouscat99.wordpress.com/2018/07/15/silence-book-review/

3) Mike & Psmith – P.G.Wodehouse

https://curiouscat99.wordpress.com/2018/07/21/mike-and-psmith-book-review/

4) Beautiful – Katie Piper (Review coming up)

5) Under The Jaguar Sun – Italo Calvino

https://curiouscat99.wordpress.com/2018/07/26/under-the-jaguar-sun-book-review/

6) Warm Bodies – Isaac Marion (Review coming up)

 

Short stories from Jeffrey Archer

1) The Grass Is Always Greener (Review coming up)

2) A Wasted Hour

https://curiouscat99.wordpress.com/2018/07/28/short-story-review-a-wasted-hour/

 

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