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Reading Roundup: January 2018

How to Survive a Plague by David France I didn't enjoy this book as much as some other books I've read about the same time period; some parts seemed to drag and it could be hard to differentiate between all the different people involved. It was still an interesting book and I learned new things about the history of treatment for AIDS, and how complicated and difficult progress can be. Reservoir 13 by Jon McGregor Despite the fact that this book starts with a disappearance, it is not a mystery. In fact, there is not a lot of tension or a strong narrative thread. Instead, it is the story of a place and the people who live there, and how they grow and change over time. During the month since I read it, I've had a hard time mentally letting go of it because reading it was such an immersive experience. The Sojourn by Andrew Krivak I read a review of this book several years ago, but somehow didn't write down the correct title and never found the book. I checked o