Sunday, 4 September 2011

Summer is over...

It sure went by super fast, huh? Much of my time was spent working and reading so it wasn't too miserable. On a positive note, I'm actually proud of myself for managing to read 50 books this summer as part of my Literature Frenzy Challenge, phew! Considering that my previous reading habits consisted of maybe three or four books a year (and this is being generous), I have really stepped up my game and don't plan on quitting the pace anytime soon. I was a little apprehensive at starting this blog a few months ago and still consider myself a newbie to the blogging world but I have thoroughly enjoyed the experience so far. Not to mention, it has provided the opportunity to connect with other cool and like-minded bloggers who share a passion for literature. I'd like to thank everyone who has ever took the time to read my blog and especially those few devoted followers. Feedback is much appreciated and your comments mean a lot to me! I have been swamped with work lately and sincerely apologize for the lack of new posts but for those who actually care, I have a few new reviews lined up that will be up in the next few days. In the mean time, I thought that it would be appropriate to showcase my Top 5 favorite books that I read this summer. Enjoy!
  1. Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf
  2. To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf
  3. The End of the Affair by Graham Greene
  4. Franny and Zooey by J.D. Salinger
  5. A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess


  1. Loved Franny and Zooey when I read it. And recently reread A Clockwork Orange as part of an online banned book group to which I belong. I'm adding Graham Greene to my list now. (As you know, Woolf is already there.)

  2. 50 books! Holy crap that's quite an achievement!!

    I need to hurry up and read Franny and Zooey, it's one of those books I feel really bad that I haven't read yet.