These are all the books from my recent trip(s) to the library. All of them happen to be YA this time around, so that’ll likely be my next stretch of reviews. Two of these I had as galleys (both Sarah McCarry books), but I didn’t get a chance to read them. The rest are new reads to me.
Hi all, it’s been a while since I’ve done a Top Ten Tuesday post, but I couldn’t resist the pull of the topic for this week. As per usual, this meme is brought to you by the Broke and the Bookish. Be sure to visit over there for the prompts and other people’s respective lists.
So, top ten bookworm delights: It’s hard for me to rank these in any type of order, so I’m just going to name them as they come to mind. I’m sure I’m not the only bookworm who habitually indulges in the following.😉
Quick review for a quick read. Emiko Jean’s “We’ll Never Be Apart” was a much faster read for me than I expected. I read it in one sitting and found myself, for the most part, entertained by a twisted tale of twins confined in a mental facility. (Usually when a blurb mentions twins in any capacity, I’m pretty much sold.)
Quick review for a quick read. I didn’t expect “This is Not Forgiveness” to be as emotional or as intense a read as it was, particularly considering where it began. It takes a bit getting used to because you’re navigating between three different perspective points told in first person (in the print book – they’re distinguished between different fonts, but in the audiobook I bought from Audible, it’s heavily reliant on the intonation of the narrator. Steve West does a fantastic job with the narration, but I still had to pay attention to remember who was narrating).
Quick review for a quick read. Monica Murphy’s “Never Let You Go” kind of disappointed me, considering it covers such a heavy, emotional topic and set of events.