Oh, December 2013. Even though you were here just a few days ago, you're mostly like a distant memory for me. Despite working retail, I still managed to read a dozen books, albeit some were audio books and one was a re-read. In chronological order, here they are:
1. The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion. Technically this was the third time I read this book this year, so I reckon you could say I kinda liked it. Full review here.
you can read what I said on Goodreads, if you like. Suffice it to say that it fulfills three readerly pet peeves of mine and there was a good chance that I was never going to like it, whether it had been hyped or not.
And now I have so many books to look forward to in 2014. I may take place in my FIRST EVER readathon, courtesy of Tika at Reading the Bricks and I'm pretty darn excited about it Particularly the snacks. It will help assuage the deep sadness that I know many of us will be feeling when we recall the SIX MONTHS we spent reading Harry Potter together in 2013, picking it apart, falling in love with the series even more, and finding the perfect gifs to express our feelings. Alice, whatcha gonna do for an encore?