First Sunday Daughter Reviews: August 2018

The end of summer is upon us (yay!) and everyone has lost their enthusiasm for everything. Most days, it’s enough to get out of bed, even though they don’t often bother with getting dressed. There’s really only one more week of hearing “I’m bored” and “There’s nothing to do” and then we’re back to a (blessed) routine again.

So, what are they reading (or trying to)?

A picked up this:

And while she says it’s good, it’s not “good enough to keep reading without putting it down.”  Hm.

And even though K had real issues with Hunger Games (mostly with the love triangle; she goes on at length about how contrived and stupid it is, and I don’t think she’s wrong), she picked up this:

We’ll see if she fares any better with this one. I don’t have high hopes.

We’ll all be grateful when school starts!

What are you reading?

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One thought on “First Sunday Daughter Reviews: August 2018

  1. I’ve never tried to read The Hunger Games – I liked the first film but I thought it went downhill after that, so it put me off the books.

    I’m currently reading “Stone Circle” by Kate Murdoch but I’ve almost finished it. I got a review copy a few months ago but couldn’t read it at the time due to other commitments. I wish I’d read it sooner.

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