It just wasn‘t my type of thing. Though I do love his Iron Druid Chronicles.
I‘m having trouble getting into this book. It‘s a selection from my book club, so I‘ll keep trying. For a couple more chapters.
The first book was by far my favorite. I am not opposed to realistic endings, and the characters stayed true to themselves and she looked after the emotional health of them, but it wasn‘t a favorite. I also got confused several times because this one bounced between narrators and I didn‘t always read the name at the top.
Yet another series that my daughter and I are reading together. Page 382 has a slap in the face wow moment. The whole book reads like the writer was watching the news. My daughter read it in 2.5 days (with school) and I finished in it under 24 hours (while still sleeping). Now we have to wait on book 6.
My daughter got bored with the short stories. I enjoyed seeing a few scenes from different perspectives. I also enjoyed learning more about a couple of characters. It shined a light on some of the choices they made in the main story.
Another book I‘m reading with my new teen. Although I had it on my kindle for a couple months prior to her picking it up. I like the premise and the characters, but I never felt invested in Aspen, like America does, so I‘m constantly shooing him off page in favor of Maxon.
I‘m looking for a recommendation for my real life book club pick for the month. Anyone have a book they want to endorse?
It got better and finished strong. There were twists and I did not know the whole story like I thought halfway through but I still had a problem with the slow bit in the middle. If you get there, push through it!
Me newest cookbook. There are quite a few recipes I want to try in it. What‘s your fav cookbook?