February 28, 2015
I read a little bit more this month than I did in January, but one book (Chast's) was a graphic memoir, and I was able to read it on my lunch breaks in just a couple of days. All three nonfiction titles focus on disease and dying; probably not the most uplifting type of books to read in such a sort span of time, but for comparison sake, it makes it easier to decide which I liked better and which I would recommend.
My favorite of the month? I'm going to pick two since they were both very good. The Various Haunts of Men is my fiction choice and Being Mortal is my pick for nonfiction. Reviews to follow, but you can click on the books in my sidebar to read more about them on B&N.
Slow Dancing with a Stranger by Meryl Comer
Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng
The Various Haunts of Men by Susan Hill
Being Mortal by Atul Gawande
Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant? by Roz Chast
1 graphic book
4 new-to-me authors
4 print books
1 audio book
4 female authors
1 male author
0 from my stacks
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