How is it June already?
Anyway, May wasn’t my best month for reading. It was mostly nonfiction, not that that’s a bad thing. I did enjoy them regardless. But here’s what I read in May.
1. The Math Myth by Andrew Hacker
Best. Nonfiction. Book. Ever. Seriously. Every single person alive needs to read this, especially if you hate math. A must-read. 5/5 stars.
2. The Alchemyst by Michael Scott
A re-read. This is the start to an amazing series that I love. If you’re fond of mythology, this is a perfect fit.
3. Tomatoland by Barry Estabrook
No more Walmart produce for Clara. This is perhaps the most eye-opening book I have ever read, and it’s one every American ought to read. Fascinating and disturbing, it was a great read. 4/5 stars,
4. QBQ! by John G. Miller
Good ideas, but not overly interesting. Yes, it’s got good content, it just didn’t grip me like the previous books. 3/5 stars.
5. Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza
Didn’t finish it. DNF. I really, truly wanted to love it. 2/5 stars.
6. Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes
Um, amazing. Loved it. 4.5/5 stars.
There we go! An okay month of reading.
What did y’all love reading in May?