It’s been a particularly bookish month for me, thanks to a healthy dose of library books that were suddenly no longer on hold (and a couple of non-holds I found myself picking up), plus a few books on my to-read shelf. I find myself trying to find a decent amount of time away from the internet when I’m not at work lately, so books seem to have become a perfect refuge. The photo above only shows a smattering of what was read this month. If you want to know more — you’ll have to read on!
This Perfect Day (by Ira Levin) – So I’m admittedly a little tired of dystopian fiction these days but since I like some of Levin’s other (arguably more famous) works like Rosemary’s Baby and The Stepford Wives, I decided to check out this book which I only heard about sometime in the past year. Set in a so-called utopian future, this novel is pretty unsettling. I ended up enjoying it — as much as you can enjoy a dystopian story — and would suggest anyone familiar enough with the genre check it out….