This week in books

This Week In Books (February 17th 2016)


This Week In Books is a great meme hosted by Lipsyy Lost & Found where you sum-up what you’ve been reading during the week.

∧ Then ∧ 2084, Boualem Sansal 
It was not that bad but I don’t get what all the fuss around this book was about. My review should be online by the end of the week!

≈ Now ≈ Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury
I ran out of time last week, so I’m excited to start this book today.

∨ Next ∨ Back When We Were Grownups, Anne Tyler
I want to confirm my feelings about Anne Tyler’s writing. I will go over all of her books available at the library in the next months.

Because of a late email from the library, leading me to return a book with a 4-day delay, I now have to wait February 29th before I’m allowed to borrow books again. Now I’m grumpy and anxious about not having anything to read. Let’s hope time flies and I get my library card back very soon. Valentine’s day brought me a copy of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (can’t believe I never read it English!), I might sandwich it in for moral support.

Have a great bookish week 🙂

17 thoughts on “This Week In Books (February 17th 2016)”

  1. Fahrenheit 451 is one of my all-time favourite books so I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. It’s the love of books that runs throughout it that makes me love it so much. I hope you have a great reading week 🙂

    Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier ( I’ve just clicked to follow your blog so I can keep up with your posts now.

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  2. I hope you will enjoy Fahrenheit 451! It’s one of my all time favorite dystopians. And freezing your library card should be considered an act of cruelty; I mean it were only four days anyway…


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