This book, which I really wanted to read during my #summeroftruecrime, is a crazy, crazy ride so far.
Meh. I came for a good entry into my #summeroftruecrime list; instead, I got a snooty-snoot-snoot recap of the school‘s who‘s-who and trial. The legal ramifications of this case proved very interesting, but that came out in the Epilogue. Too little, too late. Sigh.
#summeroftruecrime continues with this on audio!
2. I didn‘t care for my soccer class, though I loved playing soccer in high school.
3. I actually really loved Model Organization Of American States (MOAS) because we were the journalism team. It was pretty amazing!
4. GOPHERS ❤️❤️❤️
Thought this would be a winner, but I am seriously on the struggle bus trying to finish it. It seemed up my alley, but just not meant to be for me.
Brutus is taking a nap while I try out this book this evening. Anyone else read this one? Not my typical jam, but rising/dueling fantasy queens seems to be one of the YA publishing trends I need to get on board with for recommendations for teens this fall.
Meh. I was hoping to get my #summeroftruecrime off to a great start after seeing this in the NYT Book Review summer picks section, but feel that for the most part, this is way overdone on the writing to the point where I‘m reading some guy‘s senior writing thesis, and not at all interested in the real crime or the people surrounding it.