May Roundup

Mosquitoes - Marc R. Soto, Steven Porter Sadie the Sadist: X-tremely Black Humor/Horror - Zané Sachs Why We Broke Up - Daniel Handler, Maira Kalman

I am very embarrassed to admit that I have only three books to report this month and one was an audiobook. Ugh. I know. I don't what my problem is but I can't seem to find the time or energy to sit down and read. After seeing my stats for May, I hope to improve things this month because I am falling very behind in my 100 Book A Year Challenge and might have to lower it to 75. How are the rest of you doing?

 

Mosquitoes (or Mosquitos depending up which version you pull up) by Marc Soto: This was a fantastically creepy little read. 4 1/2 Stars

 

Sadie the Sadist by Zane Sachs  This book was insane, darkly humorous (as promised) and gory as hell. Another 4 1/2 star read.

 

Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler  This book didn't thrill me. It mostly irritated me but I finished it because I'm sick of seeing "how do you know it doesn't get fantastical if didn't bother to finish it". Well, let me tell you, this one didn't get better for me and I wish I hadn't wasted my time getting all the way to the end. 2 Stars