Weekly Wrap Up – December 16

I cannot believe it is halfway through December already. There are only two more weeks in the year. What? It’s been a rough few months, but this was the first week in a long while that I started feeling back to normal. I actually sat down and read, which I haven’t done in a while. I managed to finish four books this week, which is amazing, because that’s basically all I’ve read this month. 

The first book I finished is Once Upon a River by Diane Setterfield. I won’t go too much into this one, because I did a full review, but I did enjoy it. It was magical and dark and reminded me why I like Diane Setterfield’s books. Plus, the cover is beautiful. 

Nest, I finished the audiobook of When the Air Hits Your Brain: Tales from Neurosurgery by Frank Vertosick. This was an incredibly interesting memoir. I really enjoyed learning more about neurosurgery. 

Then I read The Merry Wives of Windsor by William Shakespeare. This one is not my favorite. Of the plays I’ve read so far, this is definitely close to the bottom of the list. I just didn’t love it. 

Finally, I finished The Unbound by Victoria Schwab, the sequel to The Archived. I’ve been meaning to finish it this year, and I’m so glad I finally got around to it. I did enjoy this one a lot. Maybe even more than the first book. Definitely a fan of this series. I haven’t really been into young adult literature this year, but Schwab can do no wrong. 

That’s it for this week! I hope you’re all having a great weekend!

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