My Summer Reading List 2013: What Did I Accomplish?

So summer is coming to an end and I am terribly sad. My glorious months with lots of free time to read awesome books, catch up on tv shows with Netflix, enjoy the sunny skies, and have fun are pretty much over. Next week I go back to school to start my senior of college!!! *insert scary music* Nah I’m just kidding, I’m super excited!


Almost done with college. Wow! Boy did those years fly past!  I’ve enjoyed majority of the literature classes over the years as an English major. And other classes as well too. One of my favorites that really stood out to me was a world cinema class. I’m taking a couple of English classes this fall semester. One British (Romantic) Lit class, which I’m not too happy about since I prefer 20th century Brit Lit a little more. (Something like Brave New World by Aldous Huxley). Although Frankenstein by Mary Shelly is on the book list, so it shouldn’t be too bad (I read it in high school, and I enjoyed it a lot). My other class is Ethnic Lit so I am really looking forward to that class. Not only did I already have the professor for a class last year (she’s an awesome teacher), but the reading material looks good as well! I’ll get to read books from authors such as Junot Diaz and Toni Morrison. Cool!

So my summer reading list for this year has a vast array of books, I finished quite a bit of books and a lot of them weren’t even on my official list.

Here’s the list:

  • “Mockingjay”-Suzanne Collins
  • Matched”- Ally Conde
  • “Biting Cold”- Chloe Neill
  • “Dead Witch Walking”- Kim Harrison
  • “The Host”- Stephenie Meyer
  • “Hands of Forest and Teeth”- Carrie Ryan
  • “Halfway to the Grave”- Jeanine Frost
  • “Ghost Town”- Rachel Caine
  • “Twelve Sharp”- Janet Evanovich
  • “City of Bones”- Cassandra Clare
  • “Cinder”- Marissa Meyer
  • “The Night Circus”- Erin Morgenstern
  • “The Help”- Kathryn Stockett
  • “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close”- Johnathan Safran Foer
  • “Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children”- Ransom Riggs

I did quite well! And I’m proud of myself! I would have finished a lot more, had I not kept getting distracted by other books that were new or ones I have been wanting to read for a long time!

So how many books did you finish on your own personal summer reading list?


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