Another month has come and gone.
I finished a couple of books that I began in January:
- The End of Always: a historical fiction novel whose main character has intense relationships and goes through several intense situations.
- Making Missionary Disciples: How to Live the Method Modeled by the Master: a book outlining the way the Fellowship of Catholic University Students teaches discipleship.
And during February, I’ve read a few different books in their entirety:
- The Secret Life of Mac: a book about a cat who brings people together and the drama of the community he’s a part of.
- Dragon Rider: a book about a boy, a dragon, and their friends going on a quest to find and help the other silver dragons.
- Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Original Screenplay: the screenplay to the movie Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
- Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald: The Original Screenplay: the screenplay to the movie Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.
- Eragon: the first book of The Inheritance Cycle; the beginning of a story of a boy and his dragon.
- Saint Joan: The Girl Soldier: a book in the narrative form about the life of Joan of Arc.
And I started a couple of books:
- Eldest: the second installment in The Inheritance Cycle.
- Defiant Daughters: Christian Women of Conscience: a book that tells the stories of several Christian women.
Each book had their own pros and cons.
But of course, I had my favorite and least favorite. My favorite book this month was either Eragon or The Secret Life of Mac. And my least favorite book was Making Missionary Disciples: How to Live the Method Modeled by the Master.
Hopefully March will be filled with good books as well.