Looking back, I cannot believe how much I read this month! With a whopping total of 10 titles! Here’s a peek at what I’ve been reading and discovering:
Crime And Punishment, by Fyodor Dostoevsky. Digging deep into the roots of human nature and modern psychology, Dostoevsky accomplishes the great feat of capturing the inner turmoil of a murderer’s desperate thoughts. Dealing with heavy topics such as suicide, the worth of a human life, and whether or not a man can truly transform and be a changed creature.
Evil Under The Sun, by Agatha Christie. Once again, the Queen Of Mystery scores a ten-out-of-ten! Set on a secluded island hotel, this thrilling mystery will keep you on your toes, alert and waiting for Hercule Poirot to once again sniff out the murderer in the mix.
Cat Among the Pigeons and Murder In Mesopotamia, by Agatha Christie. Ok, so maybe I went a little overboard with the whole ‘Agatha Christie’ thing. I absolutely adored these books. Both were fantastic and entirely original. Stunning to the core!
Anne Of Green Gables and Anne Of Avonlea, by L.M. Montgomery. Anne Shirley. Fantastic, creative, imaginative, innocent, unique, red-haired, freckled-faced, beautiful Anne Shirley. Words cannot express how much I have fallen in love with sparkling Anne, and loyal Diana, and charming, chivalrous Gilbert Blythe. I delved entirely too deep into these books, allowing myself to get sucked into a world of flowers, and spring, and country cottages, and innocent school-girls. It was a lovely journey.
Here are few more titles that I won’t fuss over too much: Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley. Faro’s Daughter and Sylvester, by Georgette Heyer. The Fascinating Girl, by Helen Andelin. In Praise Of Stay At Home Moms, by Dr. Laura Schlessinger.
I encourage you to share your thoughts on these titles down below in the comments. I would love to hear what you’ve been up to, what you’ve been reading, and learning about this month, and what thoughts have popped into your mind. As always, Happy Reading!