Weekly Wrap Up – December 8

Weekly Reading Wrap Up

This week, I definitely did not read as much as I planned to. But I am 100% blaming The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (season three was amazing, and yes, I finished it already). But I still had a pretty good reading week, and there are still books to talk about. So let’s talk about them!

The first book I read this week was The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern. Which, naturally was amazing. I always love books about books, especially if they’re as magical as this one is. Make sure you check out my review if you want to find out more.

Then I finished the audiobook of Autonomous by Annalee Newitz, which I honestly ended up enjoying a lot more than I was expecting. I don’t think I’ve ever read sci-fi like this one. I’ll have a review up tomorrow, so keep your eyes peeled.

Now, onto the books I should have read this week am currently reading. First is Devil on the Cross by Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o. It took me a bit to get into, but I am really enjoying it. It’s a post-colonial critique of African capitalism. Not my typical genre, but I wanted to read at least one more book outside my comfort zone before the end of the year.

I’m also reading The God Game by Danny Tobey, which is about a group of friends following challenges given by an AI who thinks it’s God. So far, it’s made me laugh out loud more than once, so I think I’m going to really like this one (review will be up sometime this month).

Finally, I started the audiobook of Sing, Unburied, Sing by Jesmyn Ward. Another book I’m really enjoying so far. I am excited to finish the audiobook this week.

I probably won’t get much reading done today because I am going to The Total Forking Shirt Show in LA! I’m very excited to see the cast of The Good Place do some awesome improv.

I hope you’re all having a great weekend. What are you reading this week?

2 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap Up – December 8

    1. It was amazing! This was actually the second time we went, but this time we had fourth row center seats. Literally right in front of D’arcy Carden’s husband. It was so much fun.

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