None of the books I'm reading are bad per se, so I don't want to quit them, but I'm just not that into any of them. (It's not them, it's me, ha.) I'm not sure if I should shelve a couple for later, and start something new? But then it seems like if I do that I won't ever get back to them. Choices choices.
So here's what I'm reading:
Duplicate Death by Georgette Heyer. I like Heyer's books a lot, but as I'm reading this, it seems so familiar. And then I looked at Goodreads, and I was like, oh, I just read it in 2009. Guess that explains why I remember it so clearly.
The Blood of Olympus by Rick Riordan. Guys! Why am I not more into this one?! I'm really not sure, but I've just been unmotivated to pick it up. I think it's my usual "Oh no the series is going to be over!" sadness... so by prolonging the read, I'm prolonging my time with these characters I love.
The Princess Bride by William Goldman. I love the movie the Princess Bride so much, and I've been meaning to read the book for years. I enjoyed the introduction(s) a lot - because they're vastly different from the movie. But now that I'm about 3/4 of the way in, I'm finding it a little dull, because it's so close to the movie.
Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal by Mary Roach. I really liked Stiff by the same author, but apparently I just don't care that much about digestion. I've been listening to it on 1.5 speed to get through it faster.
The Art Forger by R.A. Shapiro. I think this one is definitely going to be a quitter. It was a Kindle freebie, and I don't care about the characters at all. And since I'm less than 20% in, I think I'm done.
Have you read any of these? Should I stick it out?
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