B O O K S
During the month of May, I read 7 books and 1 webtoon.
Shadow of the Fox
A fantasy novel based on Japanese mythology which follows Yumeko, a kitsune,
who forms an alliance with a mysterious samurai to transport a piece of an
ancient scroll that has the power to summon a great dragon. This one took a
while to fully appreciate. It was kind of slow in the beginning and since I was
also in a book slump, that didn’t help the experience either. But towards the
end, I found it so enjoyable and the story and characters were so brilliant.
My So-Called Bollywood Life
Winnie follows her prophecy to the T. Until the boy who is supposed to be her
true love cheats on her. Now she’s doing things her way. Honestly, I found this
book rather dull and, in the end, it wasn’t really for me. I do see its appeal
and I would recommend others to give this book a try.
The Paper & Hearts Society
Out of the other youtuber-turn-author books, it’s pretty decent. My thoughts about this are the same as My So-Called Bollywood Life, I see it’s appeal and how a lot of people are going to love this book and looking back, this isn’t a terrible book but it’s just one of those stories that doesn’t fit my own reading style and taste.
A Torch Against the Night
I cannot believe it took me so long to read this sequel. Having to rely on my
memory all the way from 2015 probably dampened by experience of this book, but
I really enjoyed it.
Continue reading “Monthly Rewind: May 2019”
Another neutral read. Quick, captivating and interesting.