February 2016 Book Reminder
The first month of the new year and I'm already forgetting to put up the mid-month book reminder post! Lol. Not a good sign of things to come. Hopefully you're all making your way through the first book. I'm grateful that the first couple are sub-300 pages. Helps ease us into things.
Actually, I finished it within the first week and am currently rounding up the last third of book two in the Mary Russell series. I figure I liked the first book enough to read it twice and I should really get going on the series to see how it progresses, right? (Good so far!) I've set another goal of reading 25 books this year. I'm just not going to be as much of a stickler about whether they're re-reads or graphic novels and the like. Okay, here's your February book reminder...
Synposis: “It’s an old, old story: I had a friend and we shared everything, and then she died and so we shared that, too.” So begins this gorgeous memoir by Pulitzer Prize winner Gail Caldwell, a testament to the power of friendship, a story of how an extraordinary bond between two women can illuminate the loneliest, funniest, hardest moments in life, including the final and ultimate challenge.