The only thing I had to do to get this book was to pick it for my BOTM, and I’m so thankful that I did. Everything about this story locked me in, from the characters to the descriptions and I never wanted to put it down.
While I was reading Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens, I couldn’t help but feel like there was something very familiar about it. It nagged and nagged at me until it finally hit me: To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
I hadn’t read a YA book in quite a bit, so reading Fable sort of felt like coming home. These are the kinds of books that really got me into reading. You have a strong female protagonist, handsome love interest, and of course an array of interesting side characters. This is a formula that cannot and has not disappointed me (yet).
This book reminds us not to dwell on the past but to stay in the present and embrace everything life has to offer us. See the potential that your life has because it has a lot of it.
I honestly can’t get this book out of my mind. There was something quite wild about it, and that’s not just because it was set in the wilderness of Scotland. This book breathes nature in such a way that it makes you want to get out of your house and wander the woods like a weirdo.
Today I’m going to mix things up a bit. What’s that saying? Ah, yes. I’m going to kill two birds with one stone; if those birds were books and the stone, this post.
I’ve got a new book for you hungry hungry readers and it’s a good one (per usual). The Alchemy Thief, by R.A. Denny, is a book that will take you by surprise in the best way possible.
Obviously, you can read whatever book you want on the beach, but I have to say there are better ones to read than others. Malibu Rising, written by the lovely Taylor Jenkins Reid, is a clear beach read winner.
The Last Thing He Told me has some twisties and turnies that nearly blew me away. Luckily, I was wearing my cement shoes as a preventative measure. Phew!
This book will have you on an emotional roller coaster. Emotional devastation or not, I can assure you that it’s well worth the read.