I know a lot of people who would never consider reading two novels at the same time.
Well, I received 'Girl on the Train' by Paula Hawkins
and 'The Secrets of Happiness' by Lucy Diamond
amongst my Christmas pressies and decided that I didn't want to read the harrowing one before bed time.
Consequently, I am reading Lucy Diamond before 'lights-out' and 'Girl on the Train' in snatched moments in the day.
Of course, I could end up confusing the two plots and characters in my head, but I'm hopeful I won't and that the exercise will stimulate my brain rather than confuse it.
My thinking is that we read many things in the day from newspapers and letters to emails and homework exercises as well as novels without confusing them.
Would you read two novels at the same time?
Maybe you have read these novels yourselves? Tell all...
Afterword: I have since discovered that Girl on the Train is more involved and so requires more brain power. So I will finish Lucy Diamond, which I am enjoying, (giggling included) and then return to Paula Hawkins
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