Oh, man, I struggled to get through books this month. It took ages to get through a single title. Life has been absolutely crazy and it’s impacting my reading life. A new job, new semester of grad school, and variety of other factors and responsibilities leave me exhausted at the end of the day. I’ll read a few pages, then put the book down in favor of my Facebook feed.
My first foray into the work of Agatha Christie slowed everything down. The Murder at the Vicarage sucked up over a week of my life, keeping me from the books I actually wanted to be reading, which was very frustrating.
Looking at this month’s list, I notice an equal blend between YA, adult fiction, and faith-based nonfiction. Thinking about this month’s list, the books that really stand out are the nonfiction. This surprises me, as my go-to brain candy is usually fluffy YA. But there’s so many avenues of personal research I want to pursue right now. Sadly, grad school gets in the way of most of that reading.
- Number of books read: 6
- Number of pages read: 2,148
- Number of audiobooks listened to: 2
- Number of rereads: 1
- Longest book: Empire of Storms by Sarah J. Maas
- Shortest book: The Sin of Certainty by Peter Enns
- Highest rating: The Sin of Certainty by Peter Enns (4.5 stars)
- Lowest rating: Murder at the Vicarage by Agatha Christie (2 stars)