May 2018 Wrap-Up

For the month of May, I only read 4 books, but there were some goods ones. To start I read Leah on the Offbeat by Becky Albertalli, which is the sequel to Simon vs. the Homosapiens Agenda. It is a sequel so I don't want to spoil anything, but I will say that it was a great expansion upon one of my favorite books.

The second book I read was a graphic novel by Guy Delisle called Pyongyang: A Journey in North Korea. I found this book to be very fascinating because there is so little known about really what goes on inside North Korea and this book was an illustrated first-hand experience of it. It's a very quick read and I recommend it to anyone who has been curious about what goes on in the country.

The next book I read was A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J. Maas and I really liked it. I am a huge fan of Sarah's books and the same goes for this one, although to be honest, it wasn't her best work. I thought it was a cute little addition to the series that showed the characters living their normal lives, but in all honesty, it was a little unnecessary for the series.

The final book I read was A Lite Too Bright by Samuel Miller, and It was so amazing. The book follows a schizophrenic teen who is following a trail left by his dead grandfather which takes him across the country. It's told through both prose and verse and the story is simply amazing. I just didn't want to put the book down and I highly recommend it for anyone who is looking for a good contemporary novel to read.

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