Meh. Not my favorite genre. Excellent idea and general story. Feel like the beginning was extremely rushed and more time could have been spent on explaining the program and information on the “schooling”. Also feel the struggle the main character experienced trying to figure things out could have been executed better. Whole story was rushed in general and I didn‘t like how it ended. I enjoyed reading it, just could have been more substance.
Just finished the tagged book. It was eh. Interesting, confusing, and the way it ended, it sounded like I might enjoy the NEXT book better, if there is going to be one. All the books in the middle of the shelves in the picture are ones I haven‘t read. I‘m a mood reader and I have NO IDEA what to read next!!! I‘m not feeling anything, except maybe a short one? Any suggestions? Something not too heavy.
Wanted to read something “different” and it appears this is it. The first chapter is very....intriguing. Trying to figure out what the heck is going on!
Trying to get one Stephen King in a month. Not sure I can pull it off all year though. What are his best books?
Here‘s part of my most recent Barnes and Noble bookhaul. Did you know Life After Life had a sequel?! It‘s about the main characters younger brother, beloved Teddy! Life after life was a slow read for me but it stayed long after in my brain. I‘m excited to read this one!
Believe this is a re-read for me. My mom only collected Stephen King when I was young and my Gma read a lot of Danielle Steele. So, those were the two authors I read the most as a teen. I can‘t really remember if I read this back then but it triggered my interest so I picked it up. Can‘t ever go wrong with Stephen King, that‘s for sure!
Starting this interesting story. The murder of a young woman in 1896 and the trial of the convicted killers. This lady was from my tiny little rural town, not sure if that‘s where her murder took place though. But I‘ve never even heard about it before. A friend told me about it. So excited!
Perfect Sunday night. Been looking forward to reading this one for quite some time.
Omg. Amazing. Chilling, captivating, exhilarating, effing terrifying. Finished in two days and I want MORE!!! Book hangover. Idk what to read next. Suggestions? Anything but romance!
Starting Wonder tonight. Trying to turn my 10 year old nonreader into a reader. She started this book during the summer with the deal that if she finishes it, I will read it next and then we‘d watch the movie together. She never finishes a book and reads a million at a time. She has ADD (truly). Trying to find interesting reads for her. Also, picked up my new reading buddy yesterday. You‘ll likely be seeing more of my new addition Wrenna Gray.
Next up! My first Stephen King since I was a teenager.
Snuck this one in real quick so I could watch the movie when it comes out in two weeks. Stephanie‘s character annoyed the CRAP out of me. Made me think twice about reading another by this author. However, when it switched to Emily‘s character, I realized the author was very purposeful how she wrote Stephanie. Excellently written, lots of twists I didn‘t see coming but the end was kind of disappointing. I‘m all about a “bad” ending though.