What I Read in May

I did not really want to cover what I read in may because it is a short list. Page wise, it was a decent month but overall, I was not too happy with it.

What I Read in May

I started off May by reading Brandon Sanderson’s epic novel Oathbringer by Brandon Sanderson, the third novel in the Stormlight Archive. This is a huge book and took most of the month to read. That is not to say I didn’t enjoy it because I did. But it is daunting to read for three hours and seeing how much is still left to read. That is why I decided to take a break from the last book in the series that is out until later on in the year.

assorted books on book shelves
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The other novel I was able to finish this month was Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J. K. Rowling. This is my second reading of the novel and it was a refreshing read. Unlike the bigger books I have been reading, the plot kept moving forward and Harry graduates school in 150 pages it feels like. That does change in the future novels which get much denser.

Currently reading

Expect me to read and review all of the Harry Potter novels sometime soon. While I would loved to have read them all back to back, my reading list is impatient and that won’t be the case. Right now, I am reading The Eye of the World by Robert Jordan and will also dive into that fantasy world. Hopefully, I am able to read much more this month but that seems to be wishful thinking because there is always a lot to do.


The book reviews will be coming at a somewhat consistent rate which is probably two per week. I will also be writing and publishing original stories in the next two weeks. And as usual, there will be news articles posted so there is going to be a lot to read from.

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