A Note On How Ratings My Work
1- This book is not even worth reading, I am not sure why I finished it.
2- This book has some redeeming quality that made it interesting, but unless you have nothing else better to do skip it.
3- This book is average, it may or may not be worth a read or it could be a guilty pleasure read.
4- This book has substantial content, it was very good and highly recommend reading it if it is on your list or is in one of your preferred genres.
5- I don’t care who the hell you are, go pick up this book now and read it dammit.
N/A – I cannot decide or I did not finish
*Half points denote something in-between (duh…)
*I will add a parenthetic note if themes of detailed or explicit violence, rape, incest or other prominent disturbing feature is included in the book. If a note says it contains other disturbing content, it is because the content doesn’t fit into one category or saying the contents will explicitly spoil the book. If you have questions on a book and suitability for you or someone else, please use the contact page to send me a message!
JANURARY 2017 READS
The Mothers – Brit Bennet (4/5)
The Most Dangerous Place on Earth – Lindsey Lee Johnson (2.5/5)
Herland – Charlotte Perkins Gilman (3.5/5)
FEBRUARY 2017 READS
Room – Emma Donoghue (3/5)
The Lodger – Marie Belloc Lowndes (3/5)
A Wrinkle in Time – Madeleine L’Engle (4/5)
MARCH 2017 READS
We Should All Be Feminists – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (4/5)
Why I Am Not A Feminist: A Feminist Manifesto – Jessa Crispin (N/A)
Dead Letters – Caite Dolan-Leach (4/5)
You Will Know Me – Megan Abbott (4/5)
Non-Female Authored Books Read in 2017
Sleeping Giants – Sylvain Neuvel (4/5)
The Killing Lessons – Saul Black (4/5) (includes graphic violence and rape)
Hold the Dark – William Giraldi (2/5) (includes graphic violence and other disturbing content)