It's been a weird reading month. I don't know how else to explain it. Just weird.
Here's what I read for May:
Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson: The story of a girl who starves herself nearly to death and how she sort of manages to pull out of it.
We Were Liars by E. Lockhart: Four cousins spend the summers on the private island owned by their grandpa and one summer, something happened.
Signed, Skye Harper by Carol Lynch Williams: A girl and her grandma set out on a road trip to rescue the mom, but things don't go as planned.
The Rent Collector by Camron Wright: What life is like living in a dump in Cambodia and one woman's courage to change her fate.
The Hitler Dilemma by Carolyn Twede Frank: This boy has to join the German army and fight for Hitler, even though his morals say it's wrong.
An Ocean Atween Us by Angela Morrison: The story of William Glover and how he ends comings to Canada from Scotland and get a mine of his own, and a family too.
Favorites of the month: We Were Liars and The Rent Collector.
Plans for June:
- Read The False Princess for book club.
- Read Drift for a blog tour
- Finish Words of Radiance
- And I'm really not sure what else right now! How's that for committing?