May was not the greatest month ever as it comes to reading. In May, I read the fewest book in the whole year. It was due to many issues, health problems being the main ones but not the only ones. My biggest disappointment was The Woman In White by Wilkie Collins. I expected so much more than I got out of it. I realize that I am in the minority here but I really wasn’t crazy about this book at all. One good thing I have to say is that May was the month of historical fiction since only one book out of the nine was not historical or fiction (Nine Ways God Always Speaks – review coming up soon). Here’s to hoping that this month will be better!
1. The Frenchman's Creek by Daphne du Maurier
2. The Unfinished Clue by Georgette Heyer
3. Why Shoot the Butler by Georgette Heyer
4. The Woman In White by Wilkie Collins
5. Two Brothers by David H. Jones
6. Nine Ways God Always Speaks by Mark Herringshaw & Jennifer Schuchmann
7. My Cousin Rachel by Daphne du Maurier
8. Cousin Kate by Georgette Heyer
9. Blessed Are The Meek by Zofia Kossak
1. Ink Exchange by Melissa Marr (I think I am in minority here since I actually liked Wicked Lovely better than this one. I liked it enough though to want to listen to Fragile Eternity next).
2. Twenty Seven Bones by Jonathan Nasaw (review coming up soon).