This challenge is organized by Felicia over at the Geeky Blogger's Book Blog, but this week Jen is hosting
Saturday 1 hour walk
Sunday - 1 hour walk
Monday - 1 hour workout class + 10 km bike
Tuesday - 5 km bike and 30 min walk
Wednesday - 1 hour walk and 5 km bike
Thursday - 10 km bike and 30 min walk
Friday 6 km bike
Sat and Sun
Toad. A "nice" swamp. No explanation needed. And a statue with a mailbox on, you do not wanna see it in the dark.
A girl finds herself in another world. All alone, there are weird animals, buildings, she meets an advanced race and tries to fit in. Longer blurb
Ugh I could not go on. Why is this girl still alive? Why is she not sad, depressed, angry or anything? So I gave up quickly. It was the wool thing that did it.
Kindle Edition, 273 pages, Published March 20th 2011 by Andrea K. Hösth. Touchstone #1. YA / Sci-fi. Own
Tries goes to explore the world outside the city and hears new truths. For a longer blurb see
Do you know what I remember from this book...NOTHING. Well that they talked. I think I listened for 1 minute and then zoned out for an hour each time. I have no freaking idea what this book is about other than it was boring as, ugh, so boring!
SO I gave up like 60% through or something. Then I tried to find the end, gods, more boring talk!! And then more.
But then I found the thing people were upset about but by this time I could not give a f##k. Who cares! But ok I will admit for fans, that endings sucks ass. I would have been mad if I had not been forced to call it quits.
Audiobook, 12 pages. Published October 22nd 2013 by Harper Audio. Divergent #3. YA, Dystopia. Libary
A woman with no ties wanders the world and has great adventures cos she is so awesome. For a longer blurb see.
Omg, just no. I think I was bored by page 2, suffered through a bit and just no.
World building? What world? There is some epic war going..ok, AND? Nothing.
The main character was stupid. The dialogue did not flow and there was this one thing that was really silly. She has just been kicked out and then she starts to think why the town is called that and I was all? What? And I gave up.
No, I would not recommend it and this book would have needed an editor.
Kindle Edition, 323 pages. Published January 28th 2010. The Book of Deacon #1. Fantasy. Own
The Chathrand is the last of her kind. Built 600 years ago she dwarves all the ships around her. Now, having survived countless battles and centuries of typhoons, it has gone missing. This is her story.
When it comes to library books I give up quickly, and I knew from page one that this was not for me. Was I supposed to be amused by random silliness. It felt like that I could not wrap my head around what I read.
So I was bored and gave up.
Hardcover, 560 pages. Published February 1st 2008 by Gollancz .The Chathrand Voyage #1. Fantasy. Library
Two people meet, do not like each other but fall in love anyway. For a longer blurb see
It started of fairly ok (though I saw nothing of PP), but then just in a few pages she manages to throw in religious stuff, and I was all, oh no. Christian fic?
I can do being religious, but I do not like preachy. Do not throw it in my face, I do not roll like that. So DNF.
Kindle Edition, 316 pages. Published 2013. Jane Austen Takes The South #1. Pride and Prejudice variation. Own
A detective needs to solve a big case, and the witness is a former one night stand. Plus politics. For a longer blurb
I was so bored by page 70 that I had to DNF, I just could not bother caring for anyone or anything. I tried to read the end to find out who killed them but snooze.
Though for once I did see why others might like this one. It was just not my style.
ebook, 294 pages. Published June 21st 2010 by Carina Press. Fatal #1. Romantic suspense. Own
Girl from Sense and Sensibility carves out a life full of adventure and artistic endeavor. For more see
No, this was a no from page one. The way it was written was not for me, Eliza who cares. I gave up pretty fast, I do not have time for books that do not hook me at once.
Not for me then. Very dry.
ebook, 255 pages. Published November 1st 2008 by Sourcebooks Landmark (first published 1994). Jane Austen variation. Own