Today’s post is a simple list post in honor of #AYearathon kicking off. This month’s theme is “translations,” but I read somewhere that one could also choose “books published the year you were born.”
So here we are folks, some books born in 1989:
Ew. “Poetry is the food of love”
*insert massive eye roll*
Wait, wait… That’s not why we’re here? Oh, okay. Fine. I guess I’ll refrain from laughing at the language and romancing of the early 1800s.
Pride and Prejudice is my first Jane Austen novel. My friends have been hounding me for years to read the thing (since I refuse to watch the thing when I haven’t read the thing) and I finally obliged.
A wise bunny once told me:
“If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.”
I’ve read my first sci-fi novel of 2017! *throws confetti* And it was about time travel! *more confetti*
I was so highly anticipating this book, and was, unfortunately, a tad underwhelmed. This is already the second time this year (it’s still January!) when book two of the duology didn’t make the cut for me. Maybe I’m just in a reading funk or something. I keep getting bored around the 300 page mark this year, so I’m going to try to read a shorter book next (aka, less than 500+ pages).