Goodreads tells me that I'm currently reading four books at a time. Technically, Goodreads is right. These days, I pick something up, read it for a while, decide I don't like it, and then put it down. But, I feel like I'm cheating if I take it off my "currently reading" queue on Goodreads.
I used to subscribe to the theory that all books should be completed, no matter what. And, I would slog through even the worst books just to say that I had finished them. That Jill is no more. I'm flying by the seat of my pants and subscribing to the theory that life is too short to read crappy books.
I get very limited reading time each day. I get about 30 minutes of train time, home and back. Some court reading and whatever I can get in before I fall asleep before bed. It isn't enough and I am putting my foot down on these wretched books that are wasting my time.
Kindle Edition: 40% finished.
Omg Diana. This is your worst yet. I can't express to you how little I care about Brianna's breast milk. It. Is. Too. Much. Information. Period!
There has been one interesting scene in 40%, which for Diana is like 500 pages. That's not good enough and that's not why I read you, Diana. Fix it next time. Srsly.
Paperback: 50% done ish.
Sigh. A book about a 14 year old girl who has a fat cat. Sigh, again.
I don't really care if she doesn't know how to kiss, how her friend hung up on her, or even if she is British. I cannot abide by these teenagers. I'm so not finishing this one.
Kindle Edition: 25%
I'm disappointed in this one. I don't like your books about art. I know you've got this thing going where Gabriel Allon is getting older and can't do much except be a hot older man and restore great works, but damn it, I just don't care.
I hate to say it, but perhaps you should focus on another character and make them solve cool mysteries as an Israeli spy and toss this art-restorer stuff to the curb.
Sincerely, a concerned reviewer and avid Allon fan.