Not supposed to post a quote from an uncorrected proof but surely they kept this passage in! It‘s so perfect. #arc
If you love to read--no, truly feel as though you were put on earth to read--Morgenstern has created a fantasy world that you'll deeply wish you could find a portal into. With sympathetic nerdy characters and engrossing (if sometimes perplexing) interpolated tales, the novel spins toward a satisfying ending. Full review at https://www.librarything.com/work/22497127/reviews/173403932 #arc
This book. This. Book. I LOVE Caitlin Doughty. Her approach to death is so refreshing, in that she reminds us that sucky as it is to lose our loved ones death is a part of life and shouldn't be feared.
Written for adults and children. So far I'm loving it! Thanks to Norton for the #arc.
Framed as a letter to her bff, this YA novel follows two month's of JL's sophomore year. JL was a very relatable character, and I thought the framed narrative-esque format worked well for this book. It made sense that, even though they'd been fighting, all JL wanted to do was confide in Aubrey about her family troubles, the fate of the butterflies, her relationship with Max, and, most of all, what happened to their friendship.
This book made me smile and cry, hope and despair. It was a giant roller coaster. I don‘t want to give the end away but I have so much respect for this author. And I‘m glad that her marriage did not fail through this struggle like I read about in some other memoirs. Thank you for putting your story down and sharing your struggle with us. #netgalley #arc #addiction
Wow. I‘m not really into murder stories usually but this one really sucked me in. While I figured out one part on my own quickly, there was a turn later that really took me by surprise. I didn‘t expect that at all. While I still don‘t think this is the genre for me because it stirs my anxiety in such uncomfortable ways, I‘m still glad I stepped out of my comfort zone for this one. #netgalley #arc #whathappenedthatnight