$1 books at the Dollar Tree by my work! Just a couple more titles to add to my library.
I got distracted from "The Signature of All Things" and switched to something more whimsical. I loved this book and I want to remember why.
I stumbled upon this book in the free Audible Plus catalog and it was twisted, dark, and a truly psychotic affair. I loved every minute, I was half listening to it and it was so crazy I started over to hear it all again. This may be one of Fisher's first couple of books.. not sure, I'll look into it but must warn it had explicit sexual content. It's a twisted one but I enjoyed it! The ending served a little amateur-ish but great thriller.
Did anyone have an recommendation that is in interesting and upbeat. I'm feeling really down and I could use some positivity. I feel so alone. I just felt like I wanted to share that with the void.
This was an excellent pick for me. I like these type of cult thrillers and this one have a lot of good information about the character and how she got wrapped up in a cult. This was a great read, interesting, and we'll paced. 🌟🌟🌟✨
One of my favorite thrillers of the year, and really is more of a story about twins and how the strayed from one another.
This was such a huge waste of time for me. It was very character-driven well in my opinion, entirely character-driven there was no substantial plot. Then the characters write about themselves being different characters and it gets convoluted. Nothing of I happen at all. I never write bad reviews but don't waste your Audible credit, if you like a little action in your reading.
Couldn't decide what to read and this caught my eye.. we'll see if it lives up to the buzz. So far, I'm intrigued, a woman who is stalking her boyfriend's ex girlfriend! Interesting concept, let's hope the execution is on point!
Was very excited for this #newrelease Tuesday. To get me rolling into the month of May I'm starting with the tagged book and then there's a few other me releases that I'm excited about! Next couple weeks of reading are locked up! This one has got me on the edge of my seat and I think I'll be up late enjoying!!
1. I would love to be a part of both book Clubs and buddy reading but haven't found any IRL buddies since I moved down South and I haven't ever had a virtual buddy or book club.
2. Thrillers, Literary Fiction- I like a little of everything though.
3. All I Want by Darcey Bell- SUSPENSE LOVERS DREAM BOOK
This book was a tough read. It was very engaging and the premise was very interesting. I think it was really well executed. My only issue with it is that this is every mom's quest nightmare and it's not a happy book. That being says, well done. 🌟🌟🌟🌟
My monthly goals for April are as follows: continue intermittent fasting and attempting to reduce sugar intake. I will use apps to record my weight goals etc. I also hope to continue working on developing healthy friendships with people outside of my immediate family. I also plan to visit the library 2x monthly and will read one off-genre pick (no thrillers or lit fiction, my fave genres) per week. #BFC2022 @wanderinglynn
I started this last night during the grips of my insomnia and let me tell you I ended up staying up all night just to listen! Is moving a little slow but so far so good! Also, I have The Paris Apartment on audiobook in my car and I'm loving that more than any of Foley's other books. Good listening this week.
I am absolutely loving this book. I needed an easy read that kept my interest and wasn't too engrossing. This book actually turned out to be very engrossing but I was delighted and stories by how much I enjoyed the story! Just finishing it up now but very pleasantly surprised!
So I was searching for something different and thought, ugh there's nothing that is really catching my attention and then I came upon the blurb about this book (not to mention the cover knocked my sucks off I love the blue). It's a psychological thriller which I can be hit or miss with. But I have to say, I'm intrigued! Will keep y'all updated.
So this is next up in my queue for the #Marchreadathon. It was just published and the audiobook caught my eye on Audible because it was only $1.99 with the Kindle unlimited book. Well see if it's money we'll spent but I'd pay $2.00 for any book I haven't already read.
Okay people, I loved this book! This book is an amazing story about a few women whose lives are connected by the rich and powerful men they each want dead. The setting is on a remote island off of England and the characters are very wealthy and powerful celebrities. Mix in some debauchery and non-stop partying and anything is possible. Will these women get what they want in the end? I LOVED it. Maybe my fav book of the year so far. Must Read!!!
I liked this book but didn't love the ending. I listened to the discs in my car and I found it really engaging. The part I loved most was everything I learned about Boudellaire. It was fascinated, I liked the premise, and I think it was pretty well executed. 🌟🌟🌟
I am sorry to say this but I wasted a lot of time trying to finish this book, I like to give every book a fair chance and hate bailing but... it was going no where for me. Hard pass.
So I really liked Lloyd's other novel. I am so excited this came off my hold list along with Night Shift by Alex Finlay. And The Inheritance Games. I'm still working on Station Eleven and String Follow and I'm in grad school so I'm moving slowly lol. But this is a perfect lineup for the #readathon!
I had this on audiobook in my car and I finally finished. It was pretty darn good. I liked the twists and turns that kept occurring and I really didn't know what was going to happen until the very end. 🌟🌟🌟✨
I finished this one up and boy did I love it. I didn't give The Final Girl's Support Group much of a chance but I really loved the tagged book so I'm going to try the other again. It was funny, thoughtful, timely, and relatable. I could help but think that maybe the vampire part is a nod to the opioid epidemic but that's my line of work talking... Loved it!
I have 3 books that I'm working on now. The next up is tagged above. I'm currently finishing A Southern Book Clubs Guide to Slaying Vampires. And something total different me, a genre I've enjoyed but haven't explored too much is Deadly Education by Naomi Novik. I love this cover- I turned up the contrast and realized unwittingly there's a face there!
I enjoyed this novel as a character study in how people become attracted to cults. It goes much deeper than that I just don't want to give away too much. The only part I felt was lacking was the ending. I thought there would be a conclusion but I was left wanting. 🌟🌟🌟🌟
So this book was not my favorite thriller of the year, that being said, the premise had a lot of potential. Zoe, an exchange student studying art in Berlin has a problem with fixating on women and true to form when she meets her new roommate, Hailey, she's enchanted. Together the girls go wild in the night life in Berlin and it's almost a typical coming off age story except that ends in murder. It was interesting. 🌟🌟🌟✨
I love the cover of this book and I'm hoping I love the book too. Its available through Audible Plus for free until Tuesday so better get started!
I liked this book very much. I listened to it and Kristen Sieh is such an amazing as narrator. I was literally laughing out loud at the hilarious, but relatable characters and situations. I was invested in Jessica and Mitch and their family. I don't usually read romance, and it's not a typical romance but I loved it for #ValentinesDayRead #2022 #lastcouplestanding
Ready to start this, it's been in my Audible Plus library for quite some time so I'm done My Lovely Wife so I'm ready to drive right in. I'm doing a solo readathon this weekend because I have a bunch of Audible Plus books to listen to. Sounds like serious relationship time.
So I have a whole working theory about what's going to happen at the end of the book. I'm going to put it in the comments with a spoiler alert but don't tell me if I'm right yet. I'm on chapter 58 and it's been slow going and not that dramatic or thrilling as some in the genre and there's still a lot of unanswered questions. Like the odd bottle of eye drops in the pantry... But if my theory is right it will all make sense.