There is something about this date that I love. The 21st of any month is a favorite.
Yesterday I finished a book called The Ables. It is a YA book, and though there were some parts that dragged, it was ultimately pretty good. I see potential in this book, as in, he could continue this story. I also see it as a book that male students might not mind picking up. Disabled super heroes, doing awesome things occasionally and failing spectacularly – occasionally – as we all do. How can you go wrong? I did read some of the one star reviews and my goodness – the brutality. In any case, if you don’t mind YA and want an interesting, but not at all “light and airy” read, give it a try.
I feel like I’ve been doing a lot of reading (listening) lately. Still medicineless and in exacerbation, not much more I can or want to do. I’ve read two other really interesting YA books, a book from a “popular series” which I couldn’t stomach or finish. I picked up an oldie but goodie, and started a top 10 of 2015 book this morning also I’m on my 3rd “comfort” book. These are books that I listen to during down times, usually narrated by Katherine Kellgren, Lisette Lecat or David Suchet. Add a nice cup of mint tea or a great mug of cocoa, and it’s like a hug.
Featured image is Some of My Best Friends by Nidhi Chanani