I can’t actually decide if a Review-a-Thon this weekend will make me feel less overwhelmed or more. I just know that I have a large stack of books that I read in 2014 and want reviewed by the end of the year. Of course, I have lots of other things to do right now, too. But none of them have the great support and fun of conquering the task in a group like the Review-a-Thon. So, I’m going for it. Thanks, Brianna, The Book Vixen, for bringing us this event each month — even December!
Here are the books I want to review:
- The Meaning of Human Existence by Edward O. Wilson [DONE scheduled 12-26]
- The Parasol Protectorate series by Gail Carriger [DONE scheduled 12-23]
- A Flower for the Queen by Caroline Vermalle [DONE scheduled 12-29]
- The Perfect Summer by Juliet Nicolson [DONE scheduled 12-27]
- The Lost World of Bletchley Park by Sinclair McKay [DONE scheduled 12-25]
- The Ariadne Objective by Wes Davis [DONE and posted]
- Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela [DONE scheduled 12-28]
- Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand by Helen Simonson [DONE scheduled 12-22]
- Cryptonomicon by Neal Stephenson [DONE scheduled 12-24]
- [edited to add a bonus review 101 Dalmations by Dodie Smith]
That’s not too much, is it? You can see why I’m feeling overwhelmed. Well, some of them can be short.
Will you be participating in this month’s Review-a-Thon?