12 Books Till Christmas: We Were Liars

Reading Challenge: We Were Liars by E. Lockhart   Total pages read: 310/310

3rd December

I started to read We Were Liars last night and even though, I didn’t make a huge progress, I realized I can read this book quicker than the speed of light. It’s written in such unique way that you can easily finish it up in one sitting. So I’ve been a little cocky and taking this task lightly. I’m all sure that reading this book in time is a piece of cake, but the truth is that tomorrow, I’ll be the entire afternoon away and if I don’t catch up this can be the first book I fail.

After spending almost 4 hours reading this gem, I got more than halfway done. Things are happening and I can’t explain why. I have no clue about what is reserved for the end and I don’t know if I want to find out. I’m still surprised how quick and, at the same time, how slow this book is. You can read for 15 minutes thinking you have been reading for 1 hour. So much happens on just one page it feels as if you read 10. It’s a really good book and I can’t wait to finish it.

Pages Read: 184

4th December

I spend my morning reading this baby although I had to leave my at 38 pages from the end. 38! So close and thank God I didn’t get any forward or else I would have to take the book with me and ignore my mother until I was done. It was soooooo good. I mean really, really, really, really, really, really good. UAU! Great story! The hype is 100%, actually is 200% justified. UAU! I desperately need a friend who has read this book to talk about it. Oh, men! I’m not going to spoil anything here since this book is to precious to be ruined by a stupid spoiler. If you haven’t read it just do it. And if you had please leave your thoughts for my book review of message me on Goodreads or anywhere else, actually. This is for sure a 5 stars book and one of my favourites of the year. I’m still disappointed that it doesn’t have a movie yet since this story would be great on the big screen.

Since this updates are posted at 10 p.m. I still have a couple of hours to progress to the next: The List by Joanna Bolouri. This is the first real challenge I’m going to face. 391 pages and a not-so-big font will take me more than We Were Liars and since it, due to the 6th, I better start it now.

Pages Read: 126