Books of 2015 So Far

Well we’re 6 months into the year and my reading so far has been rather woeful.  Generally, I only read when I’m traveling my bus or train, mainly the train as you have more time and space.  But I often sat with my work colleagues on my way to my old job and since April I haven’t commuted by train, instead I just take a 15min bus to work. I’m hoping that blogging about reading will force me into in!

So here are my books so far, you can click the link to read my review:

This Book Is Full Of Spiders by David Wong

Anyway, it’s two in the morning and we’re taking turns pissing off of the tower (rather than going at the same time, because we weren’t raised by wolves).

The Amber Amulet by Craig Silvey

I don’t mean to pry, but saving people is my calling.

Frankenstein by Mary Shelly

So strange an incident has happened to us that I cannot forbear recording it…

Dr Who: The Seeds of Doom and The Deadly Assassin by Philip Hinchcliffe and Terrance Dicks

A monstrous, hybrid creature lay on the bed, half human, half vegetable.

The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton

Every woman is the architect of her own fortune.

And my current book is Ghostwritten by David Mitchell.  I liked Cloud Atlas by him but I really liked The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet which I recommend if you found Cloud Atlas’s structure tough going.