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June 2017 Reads

Another month has come and gone, NCLEX review is in full swing. To take a break from all the studying for boards, I naturally found some fun, light reading.

Book 1 and 2 of the Patricia Briggs Alpha and Omega series. My sister loves these book, and while urban fantasy is not usually my thing, they were fun, quick, mindless read. Sometimes it is really enjoyable to get out of your usual and explore a little.

The Gashlycrumb Tinies (The Vinegar Works #1) by Edward Gorey.  This is a disturbing, surrealist waltz through the alphabet. Who wouldn’t want to read it?

Mademoiselle de Maupin (Mademoiselle de Maupin) by Théophile Gautier. You are likely not surprised that I am a francophile. This was a gender twisting romp of 1830s French sexuality.


Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman. I am not a Gaiman fan, but Z. is. When we take road trips, we like to listen to long podcasts or audio books together. This time, we listened to this book. It is not what I expected from the writer of American Gods, but it was fun read.


As always, let me know what you read and loved this month!

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