I finished Life as we knew it. I was trying to stick to the schedule on Becky's online reading group but then I got to chapter 14 yesterday and had to keep going. I loved this book, if you like end of the world scenarios then this book is for you. I think it will stay with me for a long time. I like to think in situations like this I would be brave and noble and good but you never know how you will react. I also keep making plans in my head, where would we go? how would we keep warm? find food? It's very thought provoking as well as being a great read.
Becky is hosting an End of the World challenge. I don't think I'm going to sign up as I have too many challenges going on already but some of her recommendation have made it on to my TBR list.
I also finished Looking for Alaska by John Green, which I can not recommend enough. Everyone really should read this book. I'm hoping to have more time this week to write a proper review of it and The Thirteenth Tale.
I'm really nervous to read John Green's new book though as I heard it wasn't as good. I hate being disappointed by second books. Have any of you read it?
Finally, Weekly Geeks is a good one this week. Choose a selection of books about a political or social issue that is important to you. This one needs some thought.