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March 2015 Reading Round Up

It really was March madness in terms of reading this month despite exams! Here’s the round-up of all the books I’ve devoured:

*The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time by Mark Haddon: This is a unique, brilliant book that I find emotionally investing yet humorous as well.  702 more words


Other Books - The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Mark Haddon Read 19/12/14

Upon starting Curious Incident all I knew was that it was from the point of view of a young boy with ‘some behavioural difficulties’ suggested to be Asperger’s  Syndrome. 503 more words


Könyv - A kutya különös esete az éjszakában

2015 Reading Challenge – Egy eredetileg más nyelven íródott könyv

“Én mindent látok. Ezért nem szeretem az új helyeket. (…) De a legtöbb ember lusta. Sose néznek meg mindent. 557 more words


Day 224 - Read More

Going to work has been made much easier this week with a great book. I’ve been leaving earlier to catch the bus so I have a longer journey time versus the train. 26 more words

100 Happy Days

'The Shock of the Fall' - Nathan Filer

My future mother-in-law gave this to me for Christmas, but I only got round to reading it quite recently. The blurb is incredibly intriguing and written from the point of view of the protagonist, which felt fresh and exciting. 226 more words

Mark Haddon - The Red House

“It wasn’t about believing this or that, it wasn’t even about good and evil and right and wrong, it was about finding the strength to bear the discomfort that came with being in the world.”
Mark Haddon, The Red House


Theater for College Students: Curious Incidents and Constellations

By Tara Dalton

I previously mentioned that I won a $10 ticket to see “Hamilton” through my dorm, University Hall, and that the experience was magical. 544 more words