- A Madness So Discreet by Mindy McGinnis
I started reading this book in March, but for whatever reason the story didn't seem to grab me and I set it aside. I decided why not give it another try to see if I can finish it. A Madness So Discreet centers on Grace, a woman locked away in an asylum to hide the shame her pregnancy would bring to her family. Her life is transformed when she agrees to assist a doctor as his crime scene assistant. I'm curious to see how the story takes off considering the plot has been quite tame so far.
- Gameboard of the Gods by Richelle Mead
- A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Grey
This book is a ya science fiction book in a world with multiple dimensions. Marguerite's parents create the device that allows people to travel across dimensions. Conflict starts when her parent's assistant kills her father. Now she has to chase the murderer across those dimensions. This sounds like it has the potential to be an action packed read and I'm looking forward to it.
- To Have and Have Not by Ernest Hemingway
Before I graduated, I mentioned my distaste for Hemingway offhand to one of my college professors and he insisted that I give the author another chance. Then he gave me his annotated copies of a couple of Hemingway's novels. I decided it was finally time to take his advice, so here I am. I don't know anything about this book and I want to keep it that way. I need to do as little as possible to discourage myself from reading it. All I can say is I'm ready to take on this new literary adventure.
I've decided to keep this list short again because aside from these books, I'm not sure what I want to read. I'm in the mood to read whatever strikes me in the moment. Now I think it's time to get to reviewing all of the books I read in March, that is if I can avoid the allure of another Gilmore Girls episode. I don't think that will happen though. Let's be honest.