Hey everyone! This post signals the halfway point of Long-Awaited Reads Month. This makes me very sad, as I have been reading, albeit slowly, some amazing books in the past weeks. I wish we could do this more often. Or perhaps I will just challenge myself to pick up more of these books that I really want to read but never quite get to throughout the year.
Now for the wonderful: Below you will find links to posts of fellow bloggers who have written about the books they have read for #LARMonth. I have looked through the comment left on Ana‘s and my blog, and on twitter using the hashtag. However, I am aware that this is not the most waterproof system. So if I have missed your post, don’t feel shy to let me know and I will link up to it.
Sasha blogged about Franzen’s The Discomfort Zone, discussing her dislike for the man behind the author, but also seeing glimpses of an author she is interested in.
Meghan reviews Connie Willis’ Blackout over at Medieval Bookworm, which she really enjoyed. However, she does warn readers about the book ending in the middle of the story, and recommends to have the follow-up, All Clear, ready to go when you start.
Debi read The 10PM Question by Kate de Goldi for her own personal spin on Long-Awaited Reads Month, being that she only reads books she added to her TBR pile because Ana recommended them. So far, this is going well, as she truly loved The 10PM Question.
Susan wrote about Spindle’s End by Robin McKinley, a retelling of Sleeping Beauty which she calls “a funny magical fairy tale”. She certainly made me curious to read it!
Over at LibraryHungry you can find a post on John Scalzi’s Red Shirts, which seems to have been a surprise in that it was more conceptual and lighthearted than expected – in a good way, I think?
3GoodRats joins in with two posts about books she has long wanted to read: Rebbeca by Daphne du Maurier, which is “fantastic in many ways”, and Honolulu by Alan Brennert, a “fascinating story, beautifully told”.
Kelsey over at Sentimental Drivel read Deerskin by Robin McKinley, which deserves a lot of praise, but also has its flaws (sorry, I didn’t read the whole review as this book is on my immediate TBR pile and I wanted to avoid spoilers!)
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Again, if I missed your post by accident, I am really sorry. If you leave your link here I will make sure to remedy the situations. I hope you’re enjoying reading these long-awaited reads as much as I am. If you’re still contemplating whether or not you want to join, may I remind you that each review will be an entry for a giveaway?