I picked this one up on a recommendation, but to be honest YA is not my preferred genre. That being said, this book wasn‘t awful, it held my interest, and I really did end up wanting to find out how the story ended. It got in my head a little, considering we were iced in all weekend after about 2 inches of freezing sleet came through. I thought twice about getting a drink of water!!
🔸Bohemian Rhapsody-Queen. And now that I‘ve thought of it , here it is again! 🎵🎶🎵🎶🎵🎶
🔸I‘m ready to bail. Don‘t think it‘s my thing.
🔸Either The Count of Monte Cristo or Atlas Shrugged. AS felt longer. I didn‘t think it was ever. Going. To. End.
Loved this book so much that I read it in a day. Loved the concept, though was not entirely sold on the main character. Have read that the sequel has more mature character development so I look forward to that.
Makes you rethink water. Follow my link to read my whole review: https://lifebooksandcc.blogspot.com/2017/11/book-review-h2o-water.html?m=1
The Rain - I heard about originally through @TrishB and, I have to admit, I'd forgotten all about! It's set in Totnes, a town my family lived in for years, so super-happy to get a copy of this one (and I fully expect friends/relations to nick it as soon as I finish it! ) #summersantagoespostal #summersolsticebookexchange
Yeah... I got a ton of Kindle ebooks (and other ebooks) cuz I went crazy on Book Bub last summer...
...And I have literally a whole bookshelf of tangible, unread books in my room (it's worse in the house I grew up in)
...And I'm reading 3 books simultaneously for my history class...
The struggle is real 😖
#setinabelovedlocation. This is actually set in a fictional place - but based on Totnes in South Devon, where I actually brought this copy. Totnes is the scene of many family holidays for me. As a adult going back - the high street has an independent bookshop, wine shop and cheese shop. What more do you need 😀
Author is friend of a friend! It's good Y.A!
H2O combines a chillingly plausible scenario with a regular teen girl challenged with the task of surviving the seemingly inescapable killer rain. While Ruby starts out a little bratty at first, the weight of the situation quickly whips her into shape. She has become one of my favorite heroines!!!
The first few chapters of the book were intense a kept me on the edge of my seat, but the farther I got into the book the more I felt like it was being dragged on. I thought towards the middle there was to much detail and found myself sleeping through some parts. Over all it had an intriguing start
I wish it was more backstory. I want to know more about the rain where came from. I also feel parts of the book I slept through like there wasn't enough for me. So to be fair, something did keep me reading I couldn't put down the book had to know what happen next so that counts for something.