Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Reading Challenge 2015-July

In the city just for a day and for a couple more medical tests.
I only have time to blog about my summer reading so far which I really enjoy!
The books I read in July for the So little sleeping and so much reading #readathon15 challenge.
Stephen King's Insomnia Loved it! (Over 600 pages category/ 1out of 4 in the Summerreadathon country U.S.A)
 Autumn Wounds (Guz Sancisi) by Yilmaz Karakoyunlu. Although the story was so touching and so related to me and my parents' life in Istanbul I didn't really like the writing of the author.(A book I borrowed category/ 2 out of 4 in the summerreadathon country Turkey)
 The loneliness of the borders by Glykeria Grekou. I really liked this book. It expresses anti racism ideas and it really related to me and how I felt as a child coming to Greece from another country. (A book in my bookcase for a long time category)
 Perfume by Patrick Suskind I had read the book in Greek and had seen the movie and really loved both. Having found this in English really made me want to read it again and I loved it once again. ( Horror category/ 3 out of 4 in the summerreadathon country Germany)

4 comments:

Cathy Park said...

You're very brave to take on this kind of reading challenge - I prefer to read whatever takes my fancy, and so I have a big pile of library books next to my bed so that when I finish a book, I have a selection of my favourite genres available to read. I read a couple of Stephen Kings in my younger days and now avoid him like the Plague! I don't read any horror at all. Give me a good detective, or a family saga, and I'm happy, but I also like historical and fiction set in places I am familiar with.

Christina Andromeda said...

Θα ευχηθώ καλά αποτελέσματα και περισσότερη ξεκούραση με ωραία βιβλία. Η αϋπνία ειδικά μου βγήκε μονοκοπανιά και δεν το περίμενα καθόλου. Καλή συνέχεια Αριάδνη!

aspiritofsimplicity said...

I am reading Austen in August. I never really got into Stephen King...I don't really like scary things. But, whatever you're reading is great as long as you read!

Brigitte said...

So great that you stick to this challenge. I have often tried to do a reading challnege but I have always failed after a while, lol. But I still love the idea of reading challenges.