Have never read his books so thought I‘d start with stories.
A different kind of cop story. And with a writing style smooth as butter, I will definitely be reading Locke‘s other books.
One of several bookstores we‘ve visited while in Belfast. Loved the stacks of used books!
I‘ve never been a big fan of mythology but if there‘s one thing I‘ve learned from Litsy, it‘s to try reading books outside my comfort zone. And everybody on here loves it ,so here we go!
Something very bad happened in her past and there‘s a feeling that something bad is about to happen. So far it‘s a slow burn that I‘m enjoying.
Fellow Littens , I need your advice. I want to try bullet journaling in 2019 and need to know what brand notebook you‘d recommend. I want one with good quality paper, not too small or too big and with a nice cover. Recommendations? Go!
This starts off with a bang and reminds me of You by Caroline Kepnes.
I love these characters so much but the stories are getting stale 🙁
Not your typical summer read but there‘s something refreshing about a setting that‘s -50F when here it‘s 90+. And it‘s touted as character-driven , which always appeals to me.
Listening to this on my commute. The “bad guy” uses the ‘n‘ word excessively and has a very sketchy relationship with his mother but I‘m carrying on because the trilogy got a lot of great reviews on here.
I could use some advice so I picked this up at the library today.
Well-written but all the hate and racial slurs are getting to me. I understand that‘s the way things were in this time period but it‘s very difficult to listen to. #freakyfriday
I enjoyed this book. It was definitely political but not really dystopian. Too close to some things that are happening in this country.
These ladies did a great job matching people for #freakyfriday! I‘ve read some of these, many are books I‘ve had on my TBR and, best of all, some I don‘t know about. Looking forward to April reading!
I haven‘t seen anyone else here with my exact type. #introvertorextrovert
This looks fascinating! Perfect way to start the year.
Have seen mixed reviews but Barack Obama loved it so I‘m giving it a try.
Excited to start this one!
One of the blurbs on the back: “will appeal to dystopia lovers and fans of darkly offbeat suspense.”
We‘ve been watching and loving this series so I thought I‘d like the books too. I think even those who are not into sci-fi would enjoy because it‘s very character-driven.
This will be my first Ali Smith. Who's read it?