TGiF: The Week At A Glance

That’s right another week is just about DONE! That means it’s time to bust out the cocktail glasses and take a look at what you’ve missed on Lectito this week.

First up, we reviewed two most excellent books, Sofie Laguna’s Mile Franklin Literary Award winner, The Eye of the Sheep (2014), and Catie Disabato’s debut thriller, The Ghost Network (2015). We also looked back Meg Wolitzer’s The Interestings (2013), which, as you can see by the date, is also a relatively recent release, but we read it a while back and are still madly in love with it and dedicated some space to gushing about why that is.

For those getting all nostalgic about To Kill a Mockingbird after the Go Set A Watchman release, we tipped our hat to miss Jean Louise and put together a list of our five favourite naive narrators.

We went behind the scenes to explain how we write reviews here at Lectito and shared our top five tips for reviewers. We also had an absolute ball with our fellow book bloggers by taking part in the book tag: reading habits and three quotes in three days challenges.

Finally, and most exciting of all, we celebrated LECTITO’S ONE MONTH BIRTHDAY!!!

Hope you all have a fantabulous weekend, filled with many happy hours’ reading, and we shall see you for more book talk next week. Now, Jeeves, about those cocktails…

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