Hello, fellow readers! Sorry to say that today’s review is an unpopular opinion. I almost didn’t give this book a chance because it is being described as The Silent Patient meets Stephen King. I was one of the few who didn’t like The Silent Patient last year because I didn’t find it too “thrilling.”
Hello, fellow readers! I landed on fiction during my last Bookopoly roll. I had planned several other titles for that genre, but I wasn’t feeling anything hard-hitting or emotional, so I decided to read my eARC of The Dilemma by B.A. Paris.
Hello, fellow readers! I was beyond thrilled when Book of the Month announced Home Before Dark by Riley Sager would be a June 2020 pick. This was my most anticipated book of 2020, and I’m thrilled to have an “advance” copy of the title (release date is June 30, 2020).
Hello, fellow readers! A couple of months ago, I was offered an eARC of Dear Emmie Blue by Lia Louis after reviewing an ARC of In Five Years by Rebecca Serle. The concept sounded interesting, and I have been enjoying the contemporary fiction/romance genre a bit more recently, so I accepted the title. I needed to read one last book for my Tic-Tac-Toe challenge this month, so I picked Dear Emmie Blue because I can usually read romance quickly.
Hello, fellow readers! May 1 rolled around, and it was time to start my tic-tac-toe reading challenge. Suddenly it was 4:00 and I still had not picked up a book. Typical. So I decided to start the month off with my most anticipated book on my TBR, The Guest List by Lucy Foley.
Hello, fellow readers! I decided to pick my next book from my backlist TBR shelf upstairs. I am trying to make my way through all of the books on that shelf before the end of the year so I can swap or donate those books. I decided on The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine. I ended up downloading the audiobook from my library as well.
Hello, fellow readers! I recently started using Edelweiss more and was able to get a review copy of The Return by Rachel Harrison last week from Berkley. I was in the mood for a creepy story (always!), so I had high hopes going in to this one despite the mixed reviews.
Hello, fellow readers! It has been quite some time since I have written a book review. It has also been quite some time since I’ve finished a book that I enjoyed as well. I was sent a copy of The Honey-Don’t List by Christina Lauren through Netgalley. The publisher was kind enough to reach out to me after I read In Five Years. Given the state of the world recently, I was in need of some lighter reading, so I decided to start this one at the beginning of my spring break.
Hello, fellow readers! I made a goal to not only catch up on my BOTM backlist but to read my monthly pick sooner, preferably the month I pick it. I was successful in January because I chose The Sun Down Motel by Simone St. James, which was one of my most anticipated books of 2020. Everyone was talking about this book, so I picked it up the last week of January and was immediately hooked.
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Hello, fellow readers! I fell in love with The Cruel Prince two years ago and devoured the entire series. This series is far from perfect and I can only describe it as a fae soap opera that you keep tuning in to because you want to see what ridiculous thing will happen next.
Spoilers ahead because it was kind of unavoidable, plus I needed to get all my thoughts out there for discussion!