Monthly Summary; April 2019

As April is almost over, it's time for a monthly summary of my book haul and the books I've read this month. The books I've read is still highly influenced by the fact that I've got a bunch of books to read from Netgalley, but I read a couple of "regular" books as well inbetween. Anyway, here's the lists for this month.

Books I've Read
Nocturnal by Lindsay O'Connell
And We Call It Love by Amanda Vink
Stasiland by Rolf Richardson
Gender Queer: A Memoir by Maia Kobabe
Masquerade by Cyrus Parker
Dutch Girl: Audrey Hepburn and World War II by Robert Matzen
The Dog Who Dared to Dream by Sun-Mi Hwang
Mens gettoen brant by Alina Margolis-Edelman
The Happiness Diary by Barbara Ann Kipfer
Magickal Mystery Lore by Sharon Pape
Jeg vet meg et land by Victoria Bø
Swords, Sorcery, & Self-Rescuing Damsels edited by Lee French and Sarah Craft
Når jeg drikker by Martin Svedman
Ayla the Fox - Reven som sjarmerte en hel verden by Leiv Magnus Grøtte and Silje Elin Matnisdal
Swords, Sorcery & Self-Rescuing Damsels edited by Lee French and Sarah Craft
A Radical Guide for Women with ADHD by Sari Solden and Michelle Frank
Lord of the Butterflies by Andrea Gibson
Død pels by Svein F. Hestvaag
The Modern Cheesemaker by Morgan McGlynn
Passion Becomes You by Takane Yonetani and Michelle Reid
Where Song Replaces Silence by Layla Dorine
Past & Present by Judy Penz Sheluck
Chasing Symmetry by Tempeste Blake
Wooing the Farmer by Jenny Frame
The Old Man's Request by Joab Stieglitz
Gandhi by Isabel Sánchez Vegara
Free Little Libraries and Tiny Sheds by Philip Schmidt
Madame Tussaud: Her Life and Legacy by Geri Walton
My Bedroom is an Office by Joanna Thornhill
For a Good Paws by Linda O. Johnston

Book Haul
The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson
Død pels by Svein F. Hestvaag
Møt meg på museet by Anne Youngson
Fedreland by Fernando Aramburu
De døde by Vidar Sundstøl
Døden henger i en tråd by Alan Bradley
Det søte i bunnen av kaka by Alan Bradley
Den siste dagen by Lars Helle


Comments

  1. Skjønner jeg må følge med litt nøyere her.
    Etter å ha studert lista di (herregud hvor du har lest i april), fant jeg bare ei bok jeg hadde lest = Svedman (veldig bra da). Fra bookhaul, har jeg lest Bradly og Hill House (begge anbefales).
    Veldig imponert (og litt uforstående) over mengden!

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    1. Takk. :-) Kan innrømme at jeg kanskje er "bittelitt" ekstrem når det gjelder lesemengden min. Visse fordeler/ulemper med å ha god tid til lesing, samt lese kjapt og ha en del kortere verk liggende. Mange kjekke bøker var det i hvert fall. :-)

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