Trying to Figure Out the Order

I'm currently figuring out the order of the books I read last month. I normally take photos of  the books I read to remember when I finished reading it. This month was so... blargh... that I couldn't keep track. :(

 

So here it goes...

 

I marathon-ed Robin Wasserman's The Seven Deadly Sins series early last month. I finished Wrath on May 5, 2013, the day of my cousin's baby shower. Sloth, Gluttony, and Envy followed suit and by May 8, 2013, I was done with it, absolutely thrilled and all. The series is definitely different from the usual Gossip Girl-esque series in the sense that they are in the middle of nowhere -- no prep school and online scandals, just a small town with teenagers too big for that town.

 

I, then, read Countess Below the Stairs by Eva Ibbotson. It's one of her earlier works. Unlike her recent works, it's a YA book set in the past, complete with historical background. It's also nice to note that it has a Russian tone into it. I rarely read books set in Russia or had Russian characters so I was happy to read this all in one day. I marathon-ed it on May 11.

 

That means I reached 5/5 on May 11. Whoot for me!

 

My country had the elections on May 13, which is the day I finished Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey while waiting in line. I find the book interesting but not at par with her best works. I think Ms Austen isn't sure where to take the story and just mashed things up together. It still made sense, though. 

 

By May 16, I was done reading Creating Customer Service while reading Mitch Albom's Have a Little Faith. I finished the latter on May 22. I know I started reading Memoirs of a Geisha and Fierce Leadership but I never got to finish it before June 1.

 

I think that's the order and the dates. Yay for me. I only have seven more books to read before the book buying ban is lifted and I just finished one of them today. I can't wait to finish them all! <3