Not a very photogenic book for this month’s yarn along, in fact if I’m perfectly honest, the art on this book cover makes me feel uncomfortable and creeped out! Luckily the socks are pretty enough to draw the eye away from the book.
The scales tell me that I have enough left over for a pair of non-matching socks with contrast cuffs, heels and toes but I have to say I’m a bit concerned about the size of my yarn balls regardless of the reassuring maths, I suppose only time will tell. I’m using my absolute favourite, go to, basic sock pattern from the fabulous Christine at Winwick Mum although this is my first time with the contrasting colours.
I am reading Machines Like Me by Ian McEwan for challenge number 2 – an alternate history novel from Book Riot’s Read Harder Challenge. That and because its a new book by Ian McEwan and I’ve enjoyed everything I read of his in the past.
The book is set in 1980s Britain but not the 80s Britain I grew up in. This one is far more technologically advanced and the protagonist has just purchased a lifelike humanoid robot. So far I’m interested in how this novel is going to play out, I’m loving the writing but also I don’t find myself reaching for it that often and so it has yet to fully hold my attention.
Linking up with Ginny and the other Yarn Alongers sharing what they are reading and working on this month.