Monthly Wrap Up

Books I Finished (MAY)

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May… May was a not-very-book friendly month. I didn’t read a lot. I didn’t listen to a lot.

The End of Faith by Sam Harris

  This book is almost a must-read, in reality. I listened to it… It was just great. There was so much information and it was definitely eye opening.

The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell

  The Most Dangerous Game is a short story. I actually listened to it and realized that I’ve already read it. In fact, I think it was required during school at some point.

 The Empty House by Algernon Blackwood

 The Empty House was a collection of ghost stories… I think ten of them. I really don’t remember if I finished all ten of them. It was good, but I don’t know. They just weren’t the genre I was looking for last month.

 

I wasn’t in my A-game last month when it came to… well much at all. I wasn’t posting very much. I wasn’t reading/listening very much, but I’m back at it!

 

What did you read in May?

 

Keep Calm,

Epic

  • I actually really loved the Most Dangerous Game. I read it in high school and I thought the concept of it was interesting.

    • It wasn’t too bad. I liked the concept it was wrapped around… Honestly, if it was longer, I’d probably like it better. The problems with short stories, oh well!

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