I love #playaway devices! They make for great listening during lunch time! And I‘ve really enjoyed both of Jessica Strawser‘s books, so should be a good listen!
Can I forget I read this book? I don't recommend this to anyone.
Making progress across the USA. Added Ohio for this one. #readingUSA2019
"Here she & Max were again: when the meaning of friend was questioned or— more dauntingly—when the label as it pertained to them was up for discussion. Liza felt it,...she held her breath, hoping it would pass & then they‘d be in a moment in which they‘d be talking about something else & nothing would have changed....that would spare them from ... remembering the ques. that turned the invisible molecules around them into something with substance."
3 STARS - While it sounds like FORGET YOU KNOW ME is a suspenseful read, it was more of a Contemporary Fiction story that introduces some issues that impact marriages and friendships. There‘s a touch of thriller in it but its focus is on the messier parts of relationships. Thanks to @StMartinsPress for my copy.
This review (and its stunning cover 😍) is now up on my blog - http://bit.ly/2BEAyK5
I'm afraid this was a huge miss for me. The book begins with an exciting event - while talking to her former best friend, Molly, on Skype, Liza sees an intruder in her friend's home. However, that's where the suspense ends. Because I thought this would be more of a thriller, I kept waiting for twists that just didn't come. If this book was trying to fall into more of the 'women's fiction' category, it also didn't seem to succeed. ⭐️⭐️ #netgalley
I just couldn‘t get into this one. My full review can be found here
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I didn‘t really enjoy this book very much. I don‘t mind reading books about unlikeable people but the story has to be good for me to get into it and this one wasn‘t. It was rather dull.
I was provided an advanced copy of this book by the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
My sisters took me to a cabin for the weekend to celebrate my birthday and it has been glorious!! I am wrapped in a cozy blanket, drinking hot chocolate and reading!
I‘m not overly sure what the title is on about (if you know, please feel free to tell me!), but I enjoyed the book anyway. There was a lot going on, what with masked intruders, fires, financial issues, medical issues, friendships, relationships - I‘m amazed that it was all squeezed in to the space of 336 pages! A decent book and a story well told. I enjoyed it!
“Forget You Know Me is that book you can‘t put down, and can‘t stop thinking about when you are finished.”
When a video call between friends captures a shocking incident no one was supposed to see, the secrets it exposes threaten to change their lives forever...
I enjoyed this book but didn‘t love it as much as her other novels. I think it is because I was expecting a thriller and so while waiting for twists that‘s didn‘t come, I was a bit let down. However, looking at the book as literary fiction about the relationships between husbands/wives and BFFs, I would give this book a solid 4 stars.
Can't believe how long it's been since I've been on litsy... a new job and life have been getting in the way but things are starting to settle down so....
Was able to enjoy a book with dinner since the hubby is traveling