All the books over 500 pages and under 200 pages on one shelf.
They are also all unread 🙈 hopefully I‘ll get to some of them this year.
See any you think I should make a priority?
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OMG! I now know why everyone was talking about this book and it was up on so many “best of” lists. It deserves to be there.
Check out the long review on GR and LT because I think in time it will become as important a work as Maus, or Persepolis. It‘s a view into the mind of someone living in a time where many are blind to the actions of our government.
Ahhhhh. I NEED book 2. This book was so sweet. And very real. Charlie is “out” at school and everyone knows it. He has been hooking up with a guy who wants everything to be a secret, but this guy isn‘t good for him. Then he meets Nick. Nick convinces Charlie to pay rugby and the friendship deepens. We readers are left off after the first kiss and a question of will they/won't they get together.
I hate Ari (Aristotle). He is whiny and can be a bit mean and mean tempered. I loved Hector, except for his choices. He has “battered husband” in the making vibes. Most of this GN is long and drawn out, almost like they are trying to create sexual tension, and all it did was bore me. By the time I started to like Ari he did a butthole thing and made me hate him all over again. Hector forgiving in the end is just too easy.
Welcome back to the Key House. This story takes place in the late 1800‘s or early 1900‘s. When a little someone sneaks a play with the dollhouse, a dangerous foe is set loose. Only the furriest of felines will be able to save everyone. This was super short It was a great look into a story I love.
Anyone else participating in the #BeatTheBacklist challenge for 2020? 🙋🏼♀️ (http://bit.ly/2SGOaxG)
This year, I read roughly 450 published before 2019. I doubt that number‘s feasible for 2020, so I‘m aiming for 200 books.