Books Read – Feb

From hundred
to seventy five
the target
dropped;

Reading
at times
need challenges too.

 

This is inspired from my slow reading speed off late but still the desire to read as much !

Prompted @ March Challenge (Day 2 – Reading)

Poetry Form – Septolet

Also submitted to Theme Thursday – Books

And now for some book reviews –

 

 

Urban Shots ( 29 urban tales by 13 writers)

 Urban Shots

 

 

 

+ Seperate sections of stories

+ Amazing narration of most stories

+ Fresh ideas and lovely execution

– Some of the stories do not match up but that’s not a let down

Rating : 4.5/5

 

 

 

 

The Treasured One [dreamers book # 2]

(byDavid and Leigh Eddings)

+ considering the background information provided on each character, you dnt need to read book# 1

+ good plot , good narration and some really witty dialogues

– If the repetition of scenes is going to be there, am not too excited to read book # 3.

 

Ratings : 3.5 /5

 

 

Read on !! 🙂

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0 thoughts on “Books Read – Feb”

  1. That is quite a challenge! I hope to read just one book for pleasure between each quarter of school Sigh. Although, one of my school “text” books that I’m reading right now is wonderful. “The Bond Between Women” by China Galland. Beautiful. As is your challenge. What I especially like about your poem is the sneakiness. If I didn’t know it was about reading, I could make it many things! (Is sneakiness the right word? How about universality!)

    Shalom.

  2. What an endeavor … no pressure, huh? Great personal take on the prompt … all goals are subject to the need of stretching and growing. Nothing is wrong with realistic adjustments to attain high levels! ~becca~

  3. I love to read, too, and the amount I read really depends on how the book holds my attention. I can zip through one or go very slowly. I do have to finish it though, can’t let those precious words fall on deaf ears. I wish it weren’t so though.

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