Rereading Harry Potter. What a great reminder....
Sweet and light. Just what I needed! Jenny Colgan is always great when I need an uplift!
The beginning was jaw dropping but it slowed down a bit towards the end! Still a solid 4 Stars!
This was awful. I can‘t believe I finished it.
This audio book came in from a hold I had on it. I was so excited but had difficulty with it. There were too many names that I couldn‘t follow on an audio. I returned it and put the written version on hold. I still am excited about this book but I think the written words to be able to refer back to
Finished this today too! I really enjoy this series! There are a couple of series I still read, but only out of loyalty. But not this one, I‘m still in!
1. Bed or big comfy chair
2. Usually bookmark.
3. Usually at the end of a chapter.
4. Drink tea, water, coffee.... ☕️
6. Several. Almost always 1 audio and 1 written.
8. Silently in my head unless I have a hard time understanding.
9. Yes, but I hate admitting it..... Sometimes I prefer audio because I‘m less likely to with audio books.
10. Keeping it like new to the best of my ability
11. Not usually
I enjoyed this but it was not what I expected. This book had been on my tbr since it came out but I considered taking it off recently due to the number of moderate to bad reviews I had seen. The main criticism I saw was that the “characters were unlikable”. I disagree. I saw a couple that was young and still figuring things out under a lot of stress and when people (or jobs) don‘t turn out the way you think they will. It was good, not great.
I finished this a few days ago and was going to try to take some pretty picture with the book and yarn. But I've now passed the book on. This is a magical book about sisters who come together to save the family yarn store. I loved it! It reminded me so much of Sarah Addison Allen's Garden Spells which is one of my all time favorites!
Finished this up today while waiting on my daughter at swim practice. Loved the book and Gilmore Girls! And love Lauren Graham!
Fascinating story about a man who steals rare books and the book dealer who is hunting them!
Started this today and all I can think of is the Elton John song "Tiny Dancer"
"Jesus Freaks out in the streets..."
I posted about my struggle about reading this but never a review when I finished. This book really made me think. I loved it but didn't look forward to it. I have difficulty describing my feelings about it. But it stuck with me which a good book is supposed to.
Ugh! Hated this book! Ditched half way through after fast forwarding through a lot as well! I listened to this and the narrator was awful but the writing was like a textbook too. I'm a sucker for books about ballet and I was excited about it too. So disappointing.
This was fascinating! I couldn't believe how non existent security was until 1973! It is not a comedy but I laughed in disbelieve and horror through the entire thing!