Halloween and the R.I.P. Challenge

All Hallows Eve is almost here and so is the end of the R.I.P. challenge hosted by Carl. This was my second time participating in the challenge and I had so much fun. I signed up for Peril the First, which was to read four books of any length, but I read a little more than that. My only regrets are that several of the books on my list I’m still waiting for my library to get in and that the weather is finally starting to feel like fall. Today started out so cold and foggy but then the sun came out late morning and a cool wind started to blow. A lot of Californians call it “earthquake weather” but I call it fall.

I read:

  1. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight – The Pearl Poet
  2. The Halloween Tree – Ray Bradbury
  3. Gloom Cookie – Serena Valentino
  4. Wanted – Mark Millar
  5. The Sisters Grimm Volume 1 – Michael Buckley
  6. The Bearskinner: A Tale of the Brothers Grimm – Laura Amy Schiltz

I just received today The Bloody Chamber by Angela Carter and Death with Interruptions by Jose Saramago from the library. Both books go perfectly with this challenge. I’m spending the next week devouring both while studying for a test.

I’m still waiting for Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book and Y: The Last Man Volume 2. But until then, I will spend the rest of winter reading the books on my list.

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