It's been a good year for reading for me. I am confident that this is due to my commute into town being so long that I spent much of the time on the ferry reading a book. Also, the ability to read during lunchtime helps. Now that I'm working closer to home and no longer using public transport as much, that will change though.
Number of books read: 90
I'm impressed! This is the most I've read since I joined GoodReads. I abandoned one book, Gone Girl. I really couldn't find any reason to continue with it.
Most disturbing books
The blue between sky and water by Susan Abulhawa
The perspectives in this story are rarely seen portrayed in the media.
Pandemic by James Barrington
The premise this book is based on is pretty much enough to keep you awake at night.
Books that made me laugh (and also cry)
A spot of bother by Mark Haddon
The Rosie project by Graham Simsion (and the sequel, The Rosie effect)
Heading into 2016, my "To-read" list has not got any shorter!