FINISHED SINCE THE LAST UPDATE:
Sarah Pekkanen’s newest book is a light and breezy read. It does not demand much of the reader, and there is no real conflict or emotional bombshell. Instead, it is a perfectly pleasant reminder that everyone has secrets, even those people you consider your closest friends. I don’t think it is her best novel, but it is a decent beach read.
Iain Reid’s novel is one of the freakiest books I’ve read in a long time. It gave me strange dreams. It unsettled me. I had a difficult time falling asleep. I loved every minute of it.
I raced through the Alexandra Oliva novel. It was heartbreaking and thrilling and suspenseful. It was a great way to finish the week!
DID NOT FINISH:
I tried with this. I really wanted to be able to read it because it sounds so scary and perfect for me. Unfortunately, arachnophobia is a real thing, and I couldn’t even open up the book because of the spiderwebs on the covers. I at least tried.
I’ve been reading Wild Swans! I’m a little behind the curve on this one, but honestly, it’s superb. If you’re at all interested in why and how China came into the cultural revolution, you can’t miss it.
That cover for the Crow Girl is so creepy I don’t even know if I could read it in print!
I’m Thinking of Ending Things is good, and twisted and I’m willing to bet you’ll love it.
I can’t even with that spider book. No freaking way.
I did love it. So creepy and disturbing.
Yeah, I tried. I maybe got two pages into it and said NOPE. Even the cover. Well, the cover alone had me steering clear of it.
I’m Thinking of Ending Things has an interesting cover. I look forward to your thoughts!
I loved it. Seriously one of the creepiest books I’ve read.
I feel like a lot of people are reading I’m Thinking of Ending Things…will be interested to hear your thoughts!
So, so good. One of the creepiest books I’ve read in a while.