My Monday Reading Booster: Code Name Verity by Elizabeth E. Wein

My Monday Reading Booster: A British Spy Captured in Enemy Territory When Her Plane Crashes in Nazi-occupied France.

What kind of book I’ve read in the last couple of months? Well, it is actually a super hard question for me to answer. Before, it was a piece of cake to answer what kind of book I’ve been reading but now, just finding a time to read a book is like finding a time to meet Pak Jokowi. Yes, that hard. Perhaps I need to re-manage my reading time management because when it comes to work and my role as a mother, those won’t end. If I need to wait until I finish my work or find a spare time without my daughter, I’m sure I will have time to read in… like… wait I need to count first… ahhh yes… in 20 years later.

I have been searching for some reading boosters (red: interesting books) to start boosting my mood of reading and I was surprised that Rick Riordan, my favorite history teacher and writer, has been published several new series that I should put on my reading list.
Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard
It was super lucky that I could finish reading the first book of this series The Sword of Summer when I was still pregnant. After that, The Hammer of Thor and The Ship of the Dead should wait a little longer.
The Trials of Apollo
Oh my God, I love this serial but then I just could finish the first book, The Hidden Oracle, but then it is getting harder to find time to read the second, The Dark Prophecy and third, The Burning Maze.

The problem with my reading habit now, though if I could steal time to read but it is impossible to read the printed book because my lovely daughter will snatch it from my hand faster than the lightning thief. So, I have to depend on e-book which in some ways is not as appealing as reading the printed books. But my daughter is growing up and getting smarter now; I just need to wait a couple of years before I could smell the aromatic printed books again.

I have plan to continue reading one of the books from the two serials mentioned above but then one book steals my attention, Code Name Verity by Elizabeth E. Wein. From the Goodreads page, the book is a serial and it is the first book from the serial. The novel is about British spy captured in an enemy territory. Wow, sounds amazing like but surprisingly this novel is in the YA category, which is interesting and has a lot of positive reviews.

What do you think? Should I read it?

Happy Monday ^^



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