Another month has come and gone and we are now somehow halfway through 2021! I can’t wrap my head around that fact. This has been another busy month for me, work-wise, so I haven’t had as much reading time as I would have liked.
But I did get on a plane for the first time in almost a year! That was a very surreal experience, but it did mean visiting two airports, and I can never resist an airport bookshop! Also, flying is just the perfect time to enjoy a good book.
I read 10 books this month, once again all physical books:
Homegoing, by Yaa Gyasi
The Handmaid’s Tale, by Margaret Atwood
The Cows, by Dawn O’Porter
The Ice, by Laline Paull
The Sanatorium, by Sarah Pearse
The House Between Tides, by Sarah Maine
The Road Trip, by Beth O’Leary
Everything I Know About Love, by Dolly Alderton
And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie
The Longest Winter, by Kevin Sullivan
And I am currently reading Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte.
This was a great month of reading for me, as I rated three of the above books 5 stars, and the rest all 4 stars. My favourites this month were The Road Trip and The Cows.
How many books did you read this month? Any new favourites?