This is my first Colton Whitehead book and I‘ve heard mixed reviews.
I love this time traveling tome. Reread 11/22/2021. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
I thought I knew the details of Columbine. I remember seeing it happen on TV and was shocked at what I saw. But what I knew was not what really happened. Truth of the incident developed over time and,of course, the media didn‘t cover what ultimately came out about this mass shooting. The author kept the story moving by going back to the troubled past of Eric snd Dylan. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
This has been on my TBR for a long time. I finally got to it this weekend. Mike loved Verity. They play a sick game of Crave. This game involves Verity flirting with other men and Mike rushing in to confront the other man. Then Verity leaves mike and marries another man. Mike thinks they are still playing Crave. ⭐️⭐️⭐️
Your results have very little to do with the goals you set and nearly everything to do with the systems(habits) you follow. This book is very insightful on a very basic level. I‘m reading a chapter a day as I try to incorporate some better habits.
The girl in the mirror is about identical twins who are considered “mirror twins”. I find this interesting because my father was considered a mirror twin and I‘ve never heard of another set of twins like him. He was born in 1929 and said he had tests done at a Michigan university when he was young. Time for more research since I‘m curious now.
I started this yesterday. To be honest it is a bit slow. Hoping I can continue. Does it get better?
I‘m loving it so far!
Abigail has a drunken one night stand at her bachelorette party. But she put that indiscretion behind her. Then the man appears on her honeymoon saying their affair meant much much more to him. I‘m expecting a lot from this thriller because it is Peter Swanson, the author of The kind Worth Killing. Anyone read this yet?
I am starting this highly rated historical fiction today. Any thoughts?
I LOVE an unreliable narrator, as long as mental illness is not used. This main character is drunk all the time and I can‘t figure what is going on. Any suggestions on other books using this device?
I usually avoid books about suicide but the premise and reviews about The Midnight Library were intriguing. Although the book is causing anxiety, I think I will continue.
I only read about 10 nonfiction books a year , so I‘m selective about what I pick up. As a person who has stayed up too late reading a good book, I‘m starting to appreciate the value of a good 8 hours of sleep. I plan to read a couple of chapters of Why We Sleep before bed in February. 😴 🛌 💤
I‘m really enjoying this. I find myself thinking about it when I‘m not reading it. It‘s so well written and the story is compelling.