Monday, 9 April 2018

What I Read In March

Here is what I read in March:

1.  The Perfect Nanny - Leila Slimani - this book is a  highly sought after book.  I found it randomly at the library on the new and notable shelf and it looked interesting.  And as luck would have it, it was this month's book club read too and when one of the hosts looked, there were already over 300 people waiting to read this book. You found out early on what happened.  And you figure out right away who it was because they tell you.  Throughout the book they lead up to the moment and then it ends.  So although you kinda know what happened, you just kinda assume.  Overall a easy read but relatively disappointing.

2.  The Regulars - Georgia Clark - this book was horrible and even though the girls figured out what really mattered in the end, it was still stupid.  I did read it all because for some reason, I couldn't stop the trainwreck.

3.  Well Nourished - Andrea Lieberstein - This was about a whole person, non diet approach to mindful eating and living that evolved people working to improve their lives through mindful care.  It was an interesting book to read and I am considering trying out some of her methods and practices in April.



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