Books I Read This Week 2017 – 43






Byron Katie’s A Mind at Home with Itself is as magical as I knew it would be. If you’ve never read her, I can’t recommend her enough. If you have, I am sure you’ll read this anyway.

I wasn’t sure Unf*ck Yourself would be good. But it turned out to be useful and inspiring.

Forest Dark was okay. I read it on the plane and probably focused 70% on it but I am not sad I read it. 

I started Turtles all the Way Down on audio but being that it was John Green, I couldn’t get myself to not switch to the book so I could read faster and look at his words like I like to. So I ended up reading the whole thing in one shot. I loveloveloveloved it. Don’t take my word on it, there are some great reviews of this book and why it’s very well written and very much worth your time.

I then dabbled into The No Asshole Rule to see if it would be worth it. It was okay. It would have been more helpful if I were some CEO or even manager.

I read The Sun and Her Flowers over the course of the week in the quiet mornings and I loved it. I will say that I loved her first book more but this one was magical all on its own. Some really sensitive material in case you haven’t read her before.

I had stared Sourdough before but I finally finished it on the plane back. It was okay but not amazing.

Here’s to more reading this week!

Books I Read this Week 2017 is a year-long project for 2017. You can read more about my projects for 2017 here.

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