Monday, October 15, 2012

It's Monday! What are *you* reading?

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Hi everyone!!! How is it going? :)

Well, I had a crazy time on Saturday because of Dewey's read-a-thon. I love it and I can't wait to have another one in April. I had a lot of fun and I had time to finish some books. Great!

So, last week I finished

Although I felt that the story could be a bit far-fetched, I liked it. It was a bit strange story, but it was funny as usual. I like some parts more than others, but there were some parts that I couldn't put the book down. They were great. I highly recommend the series (at least the books I've read) specially if you feel down. These books will cheer you up :)

This was an unexpected surprise for me. I liked it very much because it was strange and peculiar. I highly recommend it too.

I like the three books, but maybe the one I like the most was the first one. All the books are very funny , entertaining and you read them very  quickly. Unfortunately, I think these books have not been already translated into English, but there are other books by Maitena that I'm sure they have. So give them a try. You won't regret it. 

This book disappointed me a bit. The book is about the dreams of some famous people such as Debussy, Goya or Lorca. To my surprise, all of them were not real or based on dreams of them, they all were invented by the author. Anyway, I read the book and I liked some of the dreams, but others were not as interesting as I thought they would be.

Now I'm reading

I like it, but I think I enjoyed more reading Alice in wonderland.

I really like it. I didn't expect that I enjoyed with the book, but this was what happened. The book is very interesting and there is a kind of mystery so yeah, I am very interested in the story.

Since I'm talking and English exam, it's advisable to read books about history, science, etc, to get some ideas. For this reason, I've chosen to read this one which, by the way, has been in my TBR pile since forever.


Since Halloween is coming I think this is the perfect read for the occasion.

Well, this is me, but what about you? 


  1. Yay Vampire Academy. I am glad that you liked it. The series gets better as it goes along. Happy reading.

    Becky @ A Reader's Devotion

  2. I love the Shopaholic books. They keep getting more far fetched to me, but I love that about them, sometimes you just need a book like that.

    1. Yes, they're lovely. I love them :)

  3. Yay for the Readathon!! Wasn't it the most fun ever?? I can't wait to do the next one :)

  4. I'm glad you enjoyed the Shopaholic book! That series is my favorite. I did have some issues with Shopaholic and Sister, but it was still good fun!

  5. Thank you! Yes, she's crazy that's why I like her so much :)