Mini Review: Dunbar

I picked up Dunbar on Blogging for Books, because I love this whole series. I’m thrilled to say that I also loved this modern retelling of King Lear. It’s one of my favorite Shakespeare plays, and this is also one of my favorites in the Hogarth Shakespeare series. I had high expectations for this book, and it met every one of them. While I encourage everyone to read all the books in the Hogarth series, Dunbar should be at the top of the list.

Book stats:

Title: Dunbar

Author: Edward St. Aubyn

Publisher: Hogarth

Pages: 256

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February TBR

This month, because Valentine’s Day is coming up, I’m choosing to focus on romance and chick lit.  Here are the list of books I’d like to read this month:

  1. Surprise Me! by Sophie Kinsella
  2. Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
  3. Lady Susan by Jane Austen
  4. Solo by Jill Mansell

Anyone else going for the romance theme this month?  Any books I should consider?  Let me know what you’re looking forward to reading this month!

January Wrap Up

The first month of the year is over already! I got off to a great start reading SEVEN books in January.  Below are a list of all the books I read this month.

  1. Civil Disobedience by Henry David Thoreau
  2. Death by Pumpkin Spice by Alex Erickson
  3. Death by Vanilla Latte by Alex Erickson
  4. Death by Tea by Alex Erickson
  5. The Heir and the Spare by Emily Albright
  6. Royal Pain by Megan MulryA Royal Pain (Unruly Royals Book 1) by [Mulry, Megan]
  7. The Little Book of Life Hacks by Yumi Sakugawa

 

I hope everyone else had a great reading month!  Let’s keep the momentum going!