I haven’t read that much in June compared to the previous months, but I still managed to complete my June challenge of 4 books. I read two books of the Galileo series, one children’s book with furigana and one novelisation. Finished! Galileo series 2 and 3: 『予知夢』 and 『容疑者Ｘの献身』 by Keigo Higashino (東野圭吾) I found both books extremely addictive. Contrary to the first book of the series, there were almost no scientific parts in 『予知夢』 and none in 『容疑者Ｘの献身』, which made the books easier to read and also more interesting to me. 『容疑者Ｘの献身』 is the first book of contemporary crime fiction that I re-read. I enjoyed it more in Japanese than when I first read it in translation because I knew the characters better: I have already read not only two books, but 10 short stories with Kusanagi and Yukawa. Unfortunately, the first two books of the series are not translated into French (nor English), so readers who read The Devotion of Suspect X meet Kusanagi and Yukawa for the first time. I will go on with the …
I finished two short novels and I am starting the Galileo series by Keigo Higashino!
I am currently reading one nonfiction book and a novel that I find very easy to read. I also finished 4 books since April 15th!
In this post, I talk about the novels I have recently finished and the ones that I am currently reading: 8 titles in total 🙂
I have read more than usual in the past month! Here are the books that I have just finished and the ones that I am currently reading.
An overview of the four books I am currently reading, from the easiest one to the most difficult one.