Readathin May TBR

It doesn’t seem like that long ago since the last Readathin, but an awful lot has happened! Last time, In February, I challenged myself to read 5 books for Readathin, and I didn’t even manage to read those because I had so much university work to do. However, my final deadlines are fast approaching, which means that I will have much more free time to read! In April, I read 9 books, so I think I can be a little more ambitious here with my Readathin May TBR.

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Review & Recommend: Four Stories - Alan Bennett

Four Stories – Alan Bennett: Review & Recommend | ELLIE LOVES

Four Stories was the third book I read for read-a-thin this month. My previous review for my first read is here, and the post where I talk about read-a-thin and my TBR for the month is here. I’ve been a fan of Alan Bennett since I studied The History Boys for my A Level, but I’ve actually not read very much of his work at all. Four Stories is a collection of four of his short-ish stories, though as they each stretch to around 70 pages, they’re a lot longer than you might expect to find in a short story collection.Read More »

The End of the Ocean – Maja Lunde: Review & Recommend | LATEST RELEASES

A couple of months ago, I read and reviewed The History of Bees by Maja Lunde. The End of the Ocean is the second in the series, tied together thematically rather than with characters. The End of the Ocean explores the effect of development and climate change on water supplies and the natural landscape across different time periods, 2017 and 2041. The End of the Ocean was also my first book that I read for read-a-thin in February, so I’m happy I can tick that off my list. The rest of my TBR for read-a-thin can be found here.Read More »

Readathin Feb 2020 TBR

February 2020 TBR | READATHIN

Back in August, I took part in read-a-thin and really enjoyed it. I didn’t manage to fully complete my TBR for the month, but I got through more books than I would’ve done otherwise. Now it’s February, which means it’s term time, and a lot of my time is committed to university. Because of this, I’m not convinced I’ll make it through my pile, but it’s certainly worth trying! I’m going to try to pick books that fit the challenges, though a lot of my book are at home, so I’m limited as to what I can choose.Read More »