January – May 2017 wrap up

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The month of June is almost over and that means we’re already halfway through 2017! Some time ago I already showed you my top 5 favourite reads of 2017 so far, but today I want to show you a full list of all the books (39.5 of them) I have been reading in the past half year!

January

February

March

April

  • Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland – Lewis Carroll – 247 pages: 4.5/5★
  • The Hound of the Baskervilles – Arthur Conan Doyle – 176 pages: 5/5★
  • Box of Hearts – Nikki Ashton – 347 pages: 4/5
  • The Shining – Stephen King – 339 pages: 4.5/5★
  • The Long Voyage/The Cattle Truck – Jorge Semprun – 192 pages: 2/5★

May


I’m not yet going to tell you exactly which books I read in the past month, I will make a separate June wrap up for that!

You can click on some of the bulletpoints and that’ll direct you to my review on that certain book. I have now read 39 books in total in the past half year. At the start of June I was only two books behind schedule on my reading challenge on Goodreads, and, unfortunately, that has climbed up to four books behind schedule *cries*. Mainly because IT by Stephen King is actually 3 big books/5 small books in one (it’s about 1400 pages thick).

I’m now almost officially FREE to read all the books I want, because I have handed in all the papers and made all the exams. I only need to get one grade back, but I already have all the study points I need to graduate as a BA Literature student! Summer break, here I come!!!! So I will definitely catch up on my reading challenge.

How many books have you read in the past half year?

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