What if only Wendy returned from Neverland, but she can't remember it or what happened to her brothers? It's Peter Pan with a twist
3♠️ Lost in the Never Woods
I just finished my #bookspin @TheAromaofBooks
In bookish serendipity, I am also reading The Love Songs of WEB Du Bois. Andrews was a good friend of Du Bois and knew many key figures in the HR. She was the first black woman to lead a branch of the NYPL. This was also one of my pics this month for #TBRDeckofCards
1. Kiss of Fire - Rebecca Ethington, Lost in the Never Woods - Aiden Thomas, and Never Night - Jay Kristoff
2. I went easy with 100 books but with my #tbrdeckofcards , #readmyroom and upcoming releases of Kindle unlimited books, I think it is going to be more. Especially since I'm already at 10 books for this year.
3. The Seven Sins of Snow
This one was a borderline between straight romance and romantic suspense - when in the midst of a bitter divorce, Eli's soon-to-be-ex-wife is murdered, with Eli as the prime suspect. A year later, the case against him has been dropped, but the actual murderer's identity is unknown, meaning a cloud of guilt still follows Eli everywhere. He comes to stay in the old family home on Whiskey Beach, where he meets Abra, a jill-of-all-trades who should ⬇
✨Update for the #TBRDECKOFCARDS challenge✨
7♠️ - Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro - while I did not really like any of the characters I found the story concept to be intriguing. I‘m definitely going to check out more of his works.
Queen ♥️ - Crystal Lake Inn by Susan W. Green - one of my reading goals this year is to read more local authors. This one was great! Loved the characters and plot.
Inspired by so many lovely Littens, in particular @Clwojick I decided to try my own Bujo spread - I used GoodNotes on my IPad and love that I can easily put in images and screen shots of the challenges and book covers. Here‘s hoping I keep up with it (which has been a problem with reading challenges in the past!)
Finished the first book from my #tbrdeckofcards and it was interesting, although I think I may have had my expectations a bit high. Not sure I‘d consider it one of the best mysteries of all time, but it was definitely a very interesting look at Richard III.