Hi everyone!!! :)
Today I want to share with you what I read last week, what I'm reading right now and what I want to read next.
Last week I finished 4 books.
I liked it but I didn't love it. Some chapters I loved them, but some others I wasn't quite interested. Maybe it's because I don't know London very well or maybe it's because I am not get used to reading non-fiction. Anyway, I recommend all of the readers who want to know more about the life under London.
I loooooooooooove Lapinot's series by this author, but the comics about himself always let me with the feeling I wanted something more.
This book was really good :) I'm so glad I picked it in the library and it's all thanks to you, guys. I had seen this book many , many , many times in the library, but I thought it'd boring. The other day I was reading a book blog and the person was saying how much she had enjoyed reading it that when I saw it in the library I couldn't help but borrowed it. And yes, it was really good. It has barely 120 pages and I read in one evening.
I was impressed about it because I didn't think that I loved the book. First, because it's a classic and since classics have been written sometime ago, I always find difficulties because of the vocabulary. In this case no, I easily could follow the story. Plus it's short, so I finish it in a couple of day.
Now I'm reading
I started reading this one because of the title and so far it wasn't as funny as I expected. OK, I know it's about experiments, but some experiments I'd read are a bit gross. Well, we'll see.
I like this book, but sometimes it stresses me a little bit because she is always getting in trouble. Apart from that the book is very funny and I'm always enjoying with the reasonings of the main character.
I like this one because I find it very deep, although sometimes it's hard to follow because the main character is going through a difficult patch.
Next in my pile
Well, since I read Alice's adventures in Wonderland, I want to read now this part. I hope to enjoy as much as I did with the first one.
Well, this is me, but what about you?