I was expecting a bit more from this book. It did seem to drag on longer than it needed to but overall an okay read.
Just picked these up from the library on my lunch break! #tbr
Woah. I finished this one in a day. Suspenseful as heck, never saw that ending coming. Total page-turner. Colleen Hoover is becoming one of my go-to authors to get out of a reading slump.
I‘ve been slowly reading this book for over a week now 😬 and I‘m trying to stick with it because I am a bit intrigued. However I‘m not even halfway through and I‘m already like “Ok already, just tell me what happened!” Has anyone read this?
This was a pretty disturbing book. I was shocked when I found out who the killer was. And the ending was crazy. This was a page-turner but definitely hard to read at times which is why it has a so-so rating. I need to read something light-hearted after this. ⭐️⭐️⭐️
This is what Saturday mornings are for. #currentlyreading
1. I was in elementary-middle school in the 90s. Best decade!
2. Team Kelly and I can‘t really remember why. 🤔
3. Team Dylan- He was cuter and more exciting than Brandon.
4. Ugh I hated high school. I still have nightmares I‘m back! Probably doesn‘t help that my mom still works there. 😫
Quick and fast-paced read. Really enjoyed it. I felt bad for Korede. Didn‘t seem like she got a chance to enjoy her own life. Also kind of wished the story was told from both sister‘s perspectives. I was curious to see what was going through Ayoola‘s mind. Unbelievable story though, made me question my love and loyalty to my own sister 🤔😂 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Reading this for work.
Me: “Kids what do y‘all want to do today?”
Daughter: “I want to go to the library!”
This is the second book I‘ve read from this author and I enjoyed it as well. The writing is beautiful. It took me forever to read because I had to stop many times to digest what was happening. I really empathized with the main character. Sad but moving. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
I really enjoyed this. The author did a great job with the main character POV. She was real, so honest and vulnerable with all her thoughts and emotions. I loved all the other characters as well, even her overbearing mother. It was a tragic yet heartwarming story that left me feeling blessed and grateful for my life even with its ups and downs. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Loved this pic I found on the web!
Interesting concept of paintings inspired by stranger‘s confessions. The chapters alternated between the 2 main character‘s perspectives who both had their own share of confessions. The big reveal at the end was sweet and heartbreaking. However, I‘m still looking for the same feeling I had after reading her other novel It Ends With Us. ⭐️⭐️⭐️
Lots of thoughts about this book. To imagine a world like this is mind-blowing. So many distortions of the Bible which pissed me off. I‘m glad I finally read it though. The first half was really good. The ending was not as satisfying as I would have liked, mainly because I was confused on what really happened. Still a pick though.
This was a quick read. Wasn‘t sure how it would end, but expected some sort of twist.
This one started off really good. It didn‘t turn out to be as great as I expected. I liked the story told from the mother‘s perspective the most. I also liked the congressman‘s wife, she turned out to be interesting. That ending though 😒. Overall ⭐️⭐️⭐️
This book is creeping me out so far. Cora is something else. I purchased it after discovering it on Netflix. I haven‘t watched the series yet though. Perfect Halloween-ish book I guess 😏 🎃👻
Finally finished this one. Heath and Daphne have chosen to hide their pasts from one another, believing they can survive a relationship filled with secrets and pain. They head to a couples retreat to help Heath sort through his nightmares, then things take a turn for the worse. I‘ll give it ⭐️⭐️⭐️