I’ve finally have the time (and not avoiding the computer) to do my May Wrap-up. After being on the computer constantly for about 12+ hours a day, I desperately needed a break from it. I’m hoping, at least for the summer months, I can be more consistent. That being said, here’s my wrap-up.
What I’ve Read
The One Hundred Nights of Hero by Isabel Greenberg 4/5★
Caraval by Stephanie Garber (Reread) 5/5★
Hurricane Season by Nicole Melleby (Review here) 5/5★
Princess Princess Ever After by Kate O’Neill 4/5★
Dragon Pearl by Yoon Ha Lee 4/5★
Ivy Aberdeen’s Letter to the World by Ashley Herring Blake 5/5★
Legendary by Stephanie Garber 5/5★
Descendant of the Crane by Joan He 4/5★
The Mighty Heart of Sunny St. James by Ashley Herring Blake 5/5★
Aquicorn Cove by Kate O’Neill 4/5★
The Saturday Night Ghost Club by Craig Davidson 3/5★
Little Girls by Nicolas Aflleje 4/5★
Crystal Cadets by Anne Toole, Katie O’Neill (Illustrator) 3/5★
Super Sons: The Polarshield Project by Ridley Pearson 2/5★
The Tiger at Midnight by Swati Teerdhala 4/5★
Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale by Lauren Myracle 3/5★
Little Witches: Magic in Concord by Leigh Dragoon 3/5★
Finale by Stephanie Garber 5/5★
In an Absent Dream by Seanan McGuire 4/5★
Don’t Stay Up Late by R L Stine 3.5/5★
Ronit & Jamil by Pamela L Laskin 4.5/5★
I’ve managed to make up some graphics for this instead of just using a list like I have in the past (I like visuals lol). Overall, I had a great reading month. My average rating was 3.95 and I read 5700 pages – averaging out to 187.87 pages/day. I also managed to read 7 of my own books, but borrowed 13. My goal is to have those numbers flipped (without buying every single book I want to read lol).
TBR and Beyond Middle Grade Library Event
TBR and Beyond Book Club had a Middle Grade event where we were to match up a book with each Shelf in the picture above. Below are the books that matched each shelf in this event. It was a great deal of fun and I wish I had more time to get through more Middle Grade – but maybe I’ll just have to plug them in more often in my every day TBR.
Reading Rivalry – Anniversary Edition
I joined Reading Rivalry Facebook Group a while back and this month was their One year Anniversary. I managed to read the 12 book criteria, plug five additional criteria books. Below are the prompts and books to match.
So there’s my book information/stats for May 2019. Let me know if you want to see anything else about my life – what I’m watching, listen to, playing. I figured this first Wrap-up back I’d stick to the basics, but I’d love to hear from you and know if you want more.