I was worried I wouldn't get through 2 books this month because the Olympics completely took over my evenings. Actually more like took over the first 2 weeks of February. I ended up reading 3 books, but the last 2 were very quick reads. I'm just happy I still met my goal even with all my figure skating and slopestyle watching.
1. Sarah's Key by Tatiana de Rosnay
My sister recommended this one to me. It was a fairly quick read, and the chapters were short which I always like...it makes it easier for me to sneak a few chapters in at night. It's a historical fiction novel about World War II in France- the events are real, but the characters are not. Apparently there is a movie made in 2011 (in French), so I'll have to check that out as well.
2. Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler
This is more of a teen book, but I still found it enjoyable. I got sucked in to the book and read it in about two days. It's a book about a short-lived high school romance between Min & Ed and how their relationship went wrong, while reliving all the highlights. The illustrations that were incorporated were really cool and made the book come to life.
3. Alice In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
I've been wanting to read this book forever. It is very short. While I did enjoy the non-sensicalness (is that a word?) of the book, I found Alice's character to be a little irritating. But I am glad I read it nonetheless.