A while ago I decided to take on a DNF (Did not finish) default policy for all books that came across my path, inspired by this post by Anya at On Starships and Dragonwings blog. As a result, I no longer push myself to finish books when my interest is waning or I’m just not feeling the story….
…that doesn’t necessarily mean that because I decide to DNF a book, it’s because the book is bad. Sometimes I DNF because I can’t push through fast enough, or I started off enjoying the book but then lost interest. So it is for today’s two titles. Read on to find out why I made the decision to put them down…and why you might like to pick them up.
I received Built on Bones:15000 Years of Urban Life and Death by Brenna Hassett from Bloomsbury Australia for review and here’s the blurb from
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