Sadie by Courtney Summers34810320

Rating: 4 stars

I read most of this novel on audiobook while reading along and it was very well done. I think listening to the audiobook made me feel more connected to it and it helped make it feel more real and raw. If you’re looking for a mystery, attention-grabbing novel, read this one.

 

81PdzP40MRLThe Dark Between Stars by Atticus

Rating: 4 stars

I don’t read as much poetry novels as I am interested in them. I received this as a lovely Christmas present from a friend and I really enjoyed this collection. I connected with a lot of them, and some didn’t but I’m so lucky to have read it because these will have some to keep as reminders in the future.

41Q1SX4uTvL._SX337_BO1,204,203,200_G’morning, G’night by Lin Manuel Miranda

Rating: 4 stars

This was one of three books I asked for Christmas, and  I have to say, I wasn’t disappointed. I didn’t know what to expect when going into this because I knew it wasn’t just another poetry novel. This book was more than that, it was something that I needed to hear, and reminders that I need to think about when I wake up and starting my day, and what to think about when I go to sleep. This book is something that I’ll need in the future.

IMG_2606-266x400Queen of Air and Darkness by Cassandra Clare

I have read about 180 pages in this novel. I have enjoyed what I have read so far, as I usually do about Cassandra Clare novels. I plan to continue this novel into the new year.

 

 

 

I also am taking two English classes that are focusing on short stories and some novels, and overall writings, so I have come up with a list of short stories that I’ve read during this month. If you have read any of them, let me know down in the comments, or contact me; And that goes as well if you would like to know my thoughts on any of these stories and/or novels.

My Antonia by Willa Cather

Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston

Medea by Euripides

Trifles by Susan Glaspell

The Tempest by William Shakespeare

A White Heron by Sarah Orne Jewett

A Sunrise on the Veld by Doris Lessing

The Open Boat by Stephen Crane

The Rain Came by Grace Ogot

Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

Recitatif by Toni Morrison

Some are Born to Sweet Delight by Nadine Gordimer

The Death of Ivan Ilych by Leo Tolstoy

The Shadow of the Orchid Nobuko Tagaki

The Dead by James Joyce

Go Like This by Lorrie Moore

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