Happy summer, everybody!
I don’t know about you, but I’m just so relieved it’s finally here. Not because of summer itself (can’t handle the heat and all that) but just because that means I can finally get back to reading as much as I want!
Whether I actually will get to reading remains, of course, to be seen – considering that I also finally have the time to laze around, read fanfiction and hang out with friends as much as I want now!
That being said, I did actually get some reading done this past month, so let’s get to that!
First things first, I read 20 books this past month, and somehow, all but 2 of them count for my GoodReads Reading Challenge – long live reading “different editions’ of the same book, right?
- The Fill-In Boyfriend, Kasie West
- The Fine Art of Pretending, Rachel Harris
- Versailles, Opéra, Philippe Beausant
- The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere: An Inquiry into a Category of Bourgeois Society, Jürgen Habermas
- Figures II, Gérard Genette
- L’art de l’éloignement, Thomas G. Pavel
- Phèdre, Sénèque
- The Natural History of Us, Rachel Harris
- The Distance Between Us, Kasie West
- Speak, Laurie Halse Anderson
- Vous Dites?!, Piet Desmet
- Problems in SLA, Michael H. Long
- L’approche actionnelle dans l’apprentissage des langues, Lucile Lacan
- USA, 1927, Paul Morand
- Vivre en Amérique, Denis de Rougement
- Carry On, Rainbow Rowell
- The Season of You and Me, Robin Constantine
- Cette Grenade dans la main du jeune nègre est-elle une arme ou un fruit?, Dany Laferrière
- Volkswagen Blues, Jacques Poulin
- The Next Together, Lauren James
- A romance set in the future: The Next Together, Lauren James
- A book with a protagonist who has your occupation: The Fine Art of Pretending, Rachel Harris
- The first book you see in a bookstore: Carry On, Rainbow Rowell
- A non-fiction book about something you’ve always wanted to know more about: Problems in SLA, Michale H. Long (I want to be a teacher, okay? Don’t judge me!)
- A book that makes you want to be a hero: Carry On, Rainbow Rowell