And we are past march. It feels like I don’t get a lot of reading done, but I managed to read quite a lot this month. I can’t wait till the weather is getting nice, so I can sit outside and read. The weather is still terrible here. Well, let’s get to the wrap-up.
1.Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind – Yuval Noah Harari
This book was a little hard to get through. I still enjoyed it though. It’s very interesting to read and explains a lot of things that have happened in the world.
2. The Art of War – Sun Tzu
It’s a very different format from the books you would normally read. I read some points that sounded logical to me. I imagine this being a good guide on how to perform war.
3. Into The Water – Paula Hawkins
I felt so conflicted about this book. I enjoyed it a lot and it was very mysterious, but it also didn’t feel amazing to me.
4. A Clockwork Orange – Anthony Burgess
This was a good book. I had to get into it at the beginning, but after that I flew through it. It’s about sick minds and feels applicable today.
5. Never Let Me Go – Kazuo Ishiguro
Another great book I’ve read. This was heartbreaking. I should read more of this author.
6. Big Little Lies – Liane Moriarty
Finally I read this book. I’ve been wanting to read this, so I could start watching the tv series. So happy I read this.
7. We Should All Be Feminists – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
It’s hard to bring an opinion over to other people in a way that doesn’t offend anyone else. I felt like this author/speaker did a great job with that. She explained the concept of feminism so clearly and so easy to understand. Great book to begin with if you want to know more about feminism.
These are the books I read this month. These are all books I really wanted to read. Very happy with the fact that I finally got to these.