August Reading Wrap Up

2 Stars: The Myth of Sisyphus and other Essays – By Albert Camus

I’ve been jumping from Camus book to Camus book this summer and this has been the first one that I didn’t really vibe with. Honestly I think most of the problem was that I just wasn’t in the mood to read deep philosophical stuff, as much as I really wanted to. Lately I’ve had to be careful choosing books to read. I would consider trying this again someday.

3 Stars: 3 books total

I had a funny experience with The Stranger, which I’ll go more into when I review it, but I’ll just say that I wasn’t expecting to rate it 3 stars. The Sanderson book was actually a book that I quit, not because I didn’t like it, but because I couldn’t stand the audiobook reader. I intend to come back to it and read it all, so in the meantime I gave it 3 stars to be fair.

4 Stars: 2 books total

I thoroughly enjoyed reading both of these books and can’t wait to review them for you all. Parenting Without God was one of the most helpful parenting books I’ve read so far.

5 Stars: The Voice of the Poet: Adrienne Rich.

I had never heard of this poet before stumbling upon her name, I immediately requested a copy of her work from my library and this is what came. And wow, new favorite poet. This was so good and so inspirational.

What did you read this month? Don’t forget to share your reading wrap up post with me!

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