I have what you called… sudden-book-reading-laziness syndrome. When I started one book, I find it uninteresting after a couple of page, I immediately switch to other books. When I finish that, I read a new one and nearly forgotten the old books.
Sad. Le sigh.
I will finish some of the netgalley books this weekend. But the cooking classes is making it hard for me to keep a good reading schedule unlike a couple of months before when I could read a book a day (cooking class is more tiring than my 9+ hours laboratory work since I’m not on my feet in labs)
Speaking of Currently-Reading, I’m currently reading Shift, a young adult sci-fi, paranormal book revolved around a young teenager with the ability to change his past.
Last night, I requested Shift and the publisher allowed me to review the ARC. I read the beginning of the book during my food hygiene class (which are basically simple class on microbiology) earlier this morning and I find its a lot like The Butterfly Effect (broken family, a girl, changing the past) meet Jumper (broken family, a girl and finding his past). Since I don’t really like Ashton Kutcher and Hayden Christensen, I find the book is a sort of okay for the age-appropriateness. And its targeted to boys so, I’d expect some action in it.
Do you like reading books that are supposedly targeted to the other gender or age?