Books I Read in May

A very slow book month for me.
  1. The Book of Days, K. A. Barker
    I'd started this in April, reading it in my lunch break at work. I enjoyed it although I guessed the true identity of 'Tuesday' about halfway into the book, which is both satisfying and a little disappointing too. Also, it seemed to end a bit abruptly. But overall, a good read.
  2. And that's it!! Just the one book that I started in April!
    So not even a full book was read.
  3. To be fair though, I did get into audiobooks in May, which you can read about in this list: I've never been an audiobook fan...
  4. So I have enjoyed many, but read one.