Thursday, April 2, 2020

DNF&Y [27]

DNF&Y is used to explain why I gave up on certain books, and what about them just didn't work for me. What I disliked about a book might be something you love, so it helps to share your thoughts even when they're negative! If you would like additional information, please click on the DNF&Y tab at the top. If you want to join, you can link up at the bottom!

There were no DNFs this month! February and March were slower reading months for me, but I'm happy there were no unfinishable books. I thought being stuck at home would mean more reading time, but I was very wrong! However, I can't complain about all of the time I'm getting to spend with my family. We've been able to slow down and just be together, which has been a huge positive in all of this chaos.

A few of my March favorites:
  1. Miles Morales: The End #1 by Saladin Ahmed, Rahzzah, Damion Scott (★★★★★)
  2. The House in the Cerulean Sea by T.J. Klune (★★★★★) Review
  3. The Raven and the Dove (The Raven and the Dove, #1) by Kaitlyn Davis (★★★★★) Review
  4. With a Little Help from My Friends by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Henry Cole (Illustrations) (★★★★★)
  5. Bug Zoo by Andy Harkness (★★★★★)

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  1. Well, how wonderful that you had no DNFs. *clapping*

    1. Thanks! I'm always thrilled when I don't dislike a book. ;)

  2. Wahoo! No DNF's rules! I gotta get my hands on The House in the Cerulean Sea soon! :)

    1. Yes! It was an AMAZING read!! I highly recommend it. :)

  3. I'm not getting much reading done either-my concentration is all over the place! Even a few DNFs would be welcome right now for the TBR!

    1. Right?? I would welcome ANY reading right now! :)


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