January Reads

This week has been a busy one over at Sari’s World. School is once again taking center stage; philosophy is interesting but very hard to digest. Luckily so far I am doing great but reading and blogging are taking a back seat.
I did manage to finish 6 books in the month of January. Not sure if I will read as much in February, but I am off to a good start. For my reading group’s February challenge we are read a book with a color in the title. As part of my TBR read challenge I had to find a book in my collection. I was not sure I had a book with a color in the title, but as luck would have it, I did have one I borrowed from my son a while back. I am reading Taking the red pill: Science, Philosophy and Religion in the Matrix edited by Glenn Yeffeth. I had to laugh; it is a philosophical book, as if I need more philosophy right now!
Here is what I read in January:
Neither Here nor There Bill Byrson B
Made in America Bill Byrson B
Jack Faust Michael Sanwick B+
Mesmerized Candace Camp B
Food Matters Mark Bitterman C
Company of Liars Karen Maitland B-

Author: sarij

I'm a writer, lifelong bibliophile ,and researcher. I hold a Bachelors in Humanities & History and a Master's in Humanities. When I'm not reading or talking about Shakespeare or history, you can usually find me in the garden discussing science or politics with my cat.

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