Weekly Wrap-Up

This wrap-up is for the week of May 9th -May 15th. I read a total of 5 books which brings my yearly total to 121 books read. These books totaled 1,881 pages. Not too bad except the books were three-star ratings.

My Friend Flicka By: Mary O’Hara

This is the first book in a trilogy. This was the classic I read for the month. It was okay. This is about a boy who wants a horse of own to raise and train.

Confessions By: Kanae Minato

This book is about a teacher who is retiring and something bad happens to her family. This is her story and how she deals with the trauma.

Watchers By: Dean Koontz

I came really close to dnfing this book. I stuck with it, and it ended up being good. Not four star good but close. This book is about a dog and how he is saving people lives. This is also about an outsider who is to kill the dog. The story is slow up to about 2/3’s of the way through. This book has really long chapters.

Greenglass House By: Kate Milford

Another book with really long chapters. This is a middle-grade book and the first in a series. This is about a boy who is adopted by a family and moves into a house which happens to be haunted in a good way. The boy befriends the ghost but doesn’t realize she is a ghost until the end of the book.

The Girl Who Fell Beneath The Sea By: Axie Oh

this is a young adult fantasy. This is about a girl who volunteers to be the one to sacrificed to the sea God. It isn’t what it seems, and this is the story of that girl.

Have you read any of these books? What did you think about them? Let’s chat in the comments. Until next time, keep reading.

Published by debbierpayne

Mother of six and Grandmother of 7. I enjoy reading, sewing, cooking, and crocheting. I am an active member of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

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