Bookworm: May 2015

"My shorthand answer is that I try to write the kind of book that I would like to read. If I can make it clear and interesting and compelling to me, then I hope maybe it will be for the reader." -David McCullough

May offered me the perfect opportunity to bookworm out...two eight-hour flights to/from Paris! I also love taking advantage of my building's gorgeous rooftop space to head up, soak up some sun, and plow through a book (or two) on nice afternoons. I did keep it light this month, though, after reading David McCullough's spellbinding "The Greater Journey" on the way home from Paris...most of these selections are geared at young adult readers, and were just light and fluffy enough to plow through in an afternoon.

 Without further ado: 


The Royal We, Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan

The Greater Journey, David McCullough

The Girl On The Train, Paula Hawkins


The Selection, Kiera Cass

The Elite, Kiera Cass

The One, Kiera Cass

The Prince, Kiera Cass

The Guard, Kiera Cass

The Queen, Kiera Cass

Sunlight and Shadow, Cameron Dokey

Golden, Cameron Dokey


The Storyteller's Daughter, Cameron Dokey

Midnight Pearls, Debbie Vigue

To All The Boys I've Ever Loved, Jenny Han