I have a slight disclaimer to make. It may look as if I've been reading an insane amount, but the majority of the books I've been reading this month are children's/young adult's, so they are much shorter and I can read them in about a day. Also, the first book on my list was mostly read in July but finished this month.
|War Brides by Helen Bryan|
|Pink Smog by Francesca Lia Block|
|The Doll in the Garden by Mary Downing Hahn|
|The Aviary by Kathleen O'Dell|
|The Chemistry of Tears by Peter Carey|
|Little Girl one day You'll... by Shannon Richardson|
I'm almost done with The Chemistry of Tears, and I really wanted to enjoy it more than I am. It's one of those storys where the author kind of glosses over things and gives vague little hints about what something might mean, and you feel like the concept probably isn't that difficult to grasp but you just cant. It makes me feel as if I'm reading through a fog, and I don't like that. I find it frustrating. But who knows, maybe the last couple of chapters will tie things up nicely and answer some questions.