📚 What I've Read in June
Flappers and Philosophers by F. Scott Fitzgerald for #JazzAgeJune. Scott Fitzgerald is, indeed, the king of short story AND the writer who always explore the most fabulous Jazz Age vibes!
The Seagull by Anton Chekhov, on the other hand, was a flop. I've read The Cherry Orchard years ago, and loved it. It's not cheerful, of course, but at least had a good plot. I've expected The Seagull to be similarly melancholy-nice too, but I was disappointed. It's... weird. 'Till now I still couldn't grasp what it's all about. You'll see more in my review around next week.
📊 Total books read: 15
📊 Challenge progress:
* 2022 TBR Pile Challenge: 7
* Back to the Classics Challenge 2022: 8
* 2022 Chunkster Challenge: 1
📚 What's happening in July
One of the most anticipated bookish events: Paris in July! And not about reading too. I plan to read these 3 books (all non classics):
📕 My Good Life in France by Janine Marsh
📕 My Four Seasons in France by Janine Marsh
📕 The Girl, the Dog, and the Writer in Provence by Katrina Nannestad
Let's say I'm taking a break from reading classics, and having a vacation in Paris for the whole month.