December Reading

I hope you all had a good start to the new year, ours was a bit rocky as a family member had to go into hospital on New Years Day but she's had her surgery now and has been discharged.  We are all rather hoping that's the last of it for a while, the end of 2016 had a bit too much hospital visiting.

What I want to share with you are the books I finished in December:

Books - December

Two of the three books were started earlier in the year, the only one started and finished last month was A Hat Full of Sky by Terry Pratchett and that was easily my favourite. I thoroughly enjoyed my time back with Tiffany and the Nac Mac Feegle.  I'm not quite sure why the Deborah Needleman took so long to read other than I put it down and didn't get back to it.  The Eric Hobsbawm being theoretical history was read in bursts and alternated with lighter reads when my brain started to hurt!


Margaret said…
I really need to read Terry Pratchet. I once asked DH which was the first Discworld book and he didn't really know, despite having read the series (to a point). Sigh.
Penny said…
Terry Pratchet's books sound interesting - I'll have to check them out. And what a great title The Perfectly Imperfect Home is. : )
It's not much fun when the year is overshadowed by health issues Karoline, I hope this coming year is a good one for you and your family. I keep looking for new authors to try out so I like seeing what others are reading.

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