My top 9 reads of 2018.
Faaaaaabulous sequel that has me salivating for final book. So moved by our heroine - her struggle with Borderline Personality Disorder has hit me so intensely but also reassured me.
I'm really surprised that I didn't read any books longer than ACOWAR, and I can't believe that Phantom Pains was my least popular book--the Arcadia Project series is fantastic! I find the "least popular book" stat to be the most interesting one to check out on everybody's year in review, it's always surprising!
This sequel is even better than the first one! The story is so interesting and the main character (and supporting characters) continued discussion of mental illness and physical disability are really interesting and feel very real. While this book is full of magic, there are no magic fixes.
Trying to read this book and sip some milk tea (naicha) that my 6yo's classmate's grandmother made for me (very strong and sweet!). The boys are busy drawing in the Father's Day cards for their grandfathers and their dad.
My unruly #TBR. Charlie Chaplin playing it cool. Waiting to be matched with my #SummerSantaGoesPostal partner. Oh, and if you've been matched with me & are feeling stressed? Don't be! 😎I don't own a lot of books (library FTW!) and my Litsy TBR stack contains unread & unowned books only. So relax, have fun & send me something you love! 😍📚🦑
Another day at home to take care of a sick Little, and my brain is toast from lack of sleep so I'm doing my favorite thing (I'm sure you know what that is!).
p.s. I'm loving this second installment in Mishell Baker's Arcadia Project series!! "Snappy, fast," just like the blurb says.